- SAP system may stop when OS resource limits (e.g. file handles, allowed memory) have been reached.
- You may want to manually configure the stack size, number of file handles, enable core dumps or set other OS limits for your SAP system.
- SAP processes like disp+work which were started through the SAPHostAgent and sapstartsrv service do not utilize resource limits which were configured in /etc/security/limits.conf
Linux, operating system limits, OS limits, process resource limits, ulimit, limit, core file, limits.conf, SAPHostAgent, file descriptors, stack size, environment variables, SAPHOSTAGENT, sapstartsrv Reason and Prerequisites
To ensure stable operation of SAP applications on the Linux operating system it is necessary that process resource limits are properly configured. Solution
https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1771258 (SAP Service marketplace login required)