I am trying to raise the open file descriptor maximum for all users on an ubuntu machine. I've added the following lines to /etc/security/limits.conf: * soft nofile 100000 ...
Trying to get the equivalent of ulimit -n 20000 on a high load web server, however the /etc/security/limits.conf on ubuntu hardy doesn't seem to stick. here is what I set in the config file. root ...
We recently began load testing our application and noticed that it ran out of file descriptors after about 24 hours. We are running RHEL 5 on a Dell 1955: CPU: 2 x Dual Core 2.66GHz 4MB 5150 / ...
The default nofile limit for OS X user accounts seems to be about 256 file descriptors these days. I'm trying to test some software that needs a lot more connections than that open at once. On a ...
I normally use pam_limits.so and /etc/security/limits.conf to set ulimits on file size, CPU time, etc. for the regular users logging in to my server running Ubuntu. What is the best way of doing ...
I'm banging my head on this, and I can't understand why it's not working. I'm hoping that someone can shed light on this, or failing that, give me some suggestions for avenues of investigation. I've ...
I want to set systemwide ulimit on ubuntu (all processes, all users). How can I set it? thanks JP
Our server is forced to restart sometimes because some users (not all) could start more zombie suphp defunct processes than allowed through the RLIMIT_NPROC / ulimit -u statement. How is that ...
On my CentOS 6.2 server the value of ulimit -v (virtual memory) is 1048576. However, this is not set in /etc/security/limits.conf (which is empty) or .../limit.d/ (which contains only a max processes ...
I am very confused, and I tried a lot but I didn't get any way to overcome from a bug. I am posting the same. I am hoping that someone helps me. My problem is, When I run ulimit -n it shows 12000. ...