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comment How to increase max FD limit for a daemon process running under a headless user?
I have changed the question a bit to make it useful for someone in future. Christopher's answer was completely relating to the question I posted earlier. Apologies to Christopher for changing the question.
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The solution is figured out.Improving the post so that it will be helpful for someone in future
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comment How to increase max FD limit for a daemon process running under a headless user?
we can think of azkaban as a daemon process which is running under userxyz. Restarting azkaban has not helped because even on restart it gets the same FD limits which are set for userxyz. Until the limits of userxyz are changed any processes running under it will get the same old limits.
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comment How to increase max FD limit for a daemon process running under a headless user?
There is an existing shell script which starts azkaban job scheduler using exec setuidgid userxyz /path/to/azkaban/launching/script.sh Azkaban will then periodically launch the other processes. So ultimately the processes are running under userxyz
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comment How to increase max FD limit for a daemon process running under a headless user?
It is a password less userid.we launch our production processes under this userid. If I do a cat on etc passwd, I get this as output.cat /etc/passwd | grep userxyz Output: userxyz:x:1015:1015: userxyz headless user:/home/userxyz:/bin/bash
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comment How to increase max FD limit for a daemon process running under a headless user?
Thanks for the answer, Christopher.Yes, you guessed it right, I'm trying to avoid reboot.I tried this but it didn't work.
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