Re: Inappropriate kernel limits!
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- Subject: [mg96303] Re: Inappropriate kernel limits!
- From: Scott Morrison <scott.morrison at gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 05:20:24 -0500 (EST)
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See <http://groups.google.com/group/comp.soft-sys.math.mathematica/ browse_thread/thread/f9ddb5327367c0aa#> for a minimal example of the bug causing the problem, and my version numbers. I've discovered a "fix"; after killing the kernel and frontend processes, also kill any "JavaApplicationS" processes. After killing those, Mathematica will start without complaining about licensing. thanks, Scott Morrison On Feb 10, 2:53 am, Scott Morrison <scott.morri... at gmail.com> wrote: > I'm running a Mathematica program that is crashing badly (more on that > later); I have to kill the processes (on OSX) by hand using Activity > Monitor or the terminal, as the frontend becomes completely > unresponsive. > > Afterwards, however, when I try to restart Mathematica (or the old > copy of v6 I have around), I get the message "The 2-user limit on this > license has been reached." I've carefully checked through the running > processes and made sure there are no lurking kernels. Rebooting the > computer solves the problem, but this is extremely unacceptable! > > Can someone tell me how to fix this problem? I'm really annoyed. > > thanks, > Scott Morrison