Are you using NSH proxy?
And if so, what version is your app server?
Not a true NSH Proxy as such since it is not visible in the GUI.
But NSH is installed on the server I am running the nsh from and all the permissioning has been setup.
App Server 7.6
NSH installed is: NSH760-115-RHAS4X86_64.SH
what is in the secure file on the system you are running nsh from ?
this nsh client is not configured to use a nsh proxy.
your client system is rhel x64? how much memory does it have?
does this happen when you run the same commands from another system w/ nsh installed?
"this nsh client is not configured to use a nsh proxy." Please elaborate.
If the server running the nsh was not configured in the client then you will get an "authorization" error not OOM.
nsh -c "ls //<server>/<filename>" works
Does it really matter how much memory the server has? The mmap number is so large I don't think there are commercial system available to accomodate the request. The server (RHEL6) which the nsh was run on has 96Gb RAM and client (RHEL6) has 48Gb. Both servers had gigs of RAM free when it was run.
It doesn't matter what OS the client is on. I've tried RHEL 5, 6, Win 2003, Win 2008 and they all error.
Also I've tried it on 5 other RHEL 5 servers with the same version of NSH and they all exhibit the same issue.
If you reboot the server running nsh rm runs fine for a while, but eventually it breaks. With each subsequent run of rm the mmap asks for more and more pages.
the secure file you sent indicates that it is not configured to use a nsh proxy. that means that running nsh from this system does not connect to a nsh proxy and you can take that out of the picture for troubleshooting purposes.
i don't think we offically support rhel6 w/ 7.6, thought it should work ok.
i'm assuming that when you say 'client' you mean the RSCD agent and not the GUI client?
can you run this command from a windows system that has nsh installed ?
can you also try a newer version of NSH ? are you running 184.108.40.206 of the appserver?
also, the system you ran nsh from is x64 ?
are you in a nsh shell when you run the 'nsh -c rm ..' ? or are you running that directly from a bash or other shell ?
client = rscd agent
Will need to download NSH for Win and try.
I am running 220.127.116.11 appserver. Will a newer version of NSH work?
Yes nsh run on RHEL 5 x64.
I tried both nsh -c "rm <blah>" from bash command line as well as "rm <blah>" within nsh.
Bill, do you have access to the src? How is the mmap size calculated?
George, did this work for you with newer nsh? I confirmed (reproduced) that this is a bug in 7.6 nsh. Tested with 8.2 nsh, and the issue no longer exists.