I'm relatively new to OES2 Linux. I replaced a Windows 200 Server with an OES2 Linux server. I received a call from a user who is now getting an error message when running a SQL script in an application using Visual Foxpro. The message "Not enough memory for file map" indicates a problem on the client with memory. However given the fact that I haven't changed the client I'm looking to see if I might have some memory settings, max file locks, packet size... issues that are causing the problem.

How do I go about looking at these type of settings on the OES2 Linux box? I'm thinking of the old set commands on the Netware console. Many years ago I had this same group running on a netware 3.x box and it ran very well, but I recall having to tweak some settings on that box to make it work well.