> > Yes, you can. And you have answered the how part of it urself - By
> > the /proc/sys/kernel/sem to the appropriate numbers.
> >> > This is how I do it:
> >> > "echo 32 65792 32 2056 > /proc/sys/kernel/sem"
Quickly setting values like this in /proc/sys is helpful during testing.
However these special settings are lost when the machine is rebooted.
To preserve the settings and to make permanently to your kernel, add them to
the /etc/sysctl.conf file.
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