maged67 wrote:

> Your system may not have sufficient resources to run Ingres as
> configured.


I thought of your post when I read this section from the Release Notes
for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2.

> 4.1. Applications Not Recognizing Linux Kernel 3.0 as Valid
>
> With SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 we introduce Linux Kernel 3.0. This
> kernel is a direct successor of the Linux kernel 2.6 series, thus all
> applications run without change. However, some applications or
> installation programs are broken and may check for version "2.6"
> literally, thus failing to accept the compatibility of our kernel.
>
> We provide two mechanisms to encourage applications to recognize the
> kernel 3.0 in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 as a Linux kernel 2.6
> compatible system:
>
> Use the uname26 command line tool, to start a single application
> in a 2.6 context. Usage is as easy as typing uname26 [PROGRAM] . More
> information can be found in the manpage of "setarch".
>
> Some database systems and enterprise business applications expect
> processes and tasks run under a specific user name (not root). The
> Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) stack in SUSE Linux Enterprise
> allows to put a user into a 2.6 context. To achieve this, please add
> the username to the file /etc/security/uname26.conf . For more
> information, see the manpage for "pam_unix2". Caveat: We do not
> support the "root" user to run in a 2.6 context.


Does that help?


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