If your system manager has set a per-user process limit on your computer,
the good news is that your processes won't eventually crash the system.
But the bad news is, when you try to run any command that isn't
built into the shell (1.10
No more processes.
you can't because you're already at your limit.
If that happens, log on to another account or ask someone to run a
command that will give a list of your processes.
Depending on your system, the command is probably like one of these two:
ps aux | grep
Then go back to your terminal and start stopping
If you get the
No more processes
error, your shell must not have
a built-in kill
The C shell does.
type the next command to replace your shell with a
a mistake (if you do, you may not be able to log in again):