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Option one: You did not set the softlimit higher aswell. Possible solution: in /etc/security/limits.conf add * soft nofile 2048 test with ulimit -n 2048 Option two: You are logged in as user and in some "config" file (profile, bashrc, something like this) the soft limit is set to a lower value. Possible solution f.e. grep for ulimit in your etc ...


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I had this exact issue for anyone stumbling across this in the future (is it chrome?) The system that I was having the issue on was Debian rather than Ubuntu, but hey, close enough. I had to use the following in '/etc/security/limits.conf' to get it working, as specifying the user & group didn't work. * soft nofile 10240 * ...



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