Linux

It all started on Monday evening when the Out Of Memory (OOM) killer decided to kill the database broker process, _mprosrv. Given the circumstances, it was suggested that we “just” reboot. “Just” is a four-letter word. Whenever you hear “just,” you should prepare yourself...

In the past few months, two White Star Software customers experienced one-in-a-million interruptions in availability of their OpenEdge application. I’m not talking about FIRE and BRIMSTONE DISASTERS. It was not Irma nor Harvey nor any other natural disaster. I’m talking about events like a construction...

Over the past 10 or so years, the number of [AIX, HPUX, Solaris] to Linux migrations have been increasing steadily, along with the “safe” recommended maximum number of concurrent users. The reason is simple, of course: cost. Unless your OpenEdge application is serving thousands of...