Linux error 32
What is ‘Linux error 32’?
Linux error 32 is an error, which may indicate that the listener process could not create a dedicated server process and may be caused by a resource exhaustion issue.
How can you fix ‘Linux error 32’?
Some of the common fixes include:
- Downgrading the system
- Reinstalling the driver
- Changing the settings
Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.
Solution 2. Reinstall driver
Linux error 32 may also be due to an incompatible driver or a corrupt driver. You may want to reinstall the driver. This error is commonly found on the printer driver.
- Turn on the printer.
- Delete printer from cups web interface using root privileges.
- Uninstall the printer driver.
- Install the driver.
- Reboot the computer.
Solution 3. Change the settings
Linux error 32 may also indicate that there is a problem connecting to the listener. The error could be caused by the Linux or the Oracle software. To fix this, see the guides below.
- Change your permission level.
- The server has reached the max processes limit which prevents your request.
- The RAM memory limit may be preventing the process.
- Delete the listener log file.