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comment “Too many openfiles” error with Glassfish on Ubuntu
Huh, so the "Max open files" value was 1024 and not the value of 65535 displayed by 'ulimit -a' even when I 'su glassfish'. Any idea why? Anyways, I changed my startup script to set 'ulimit -n 65535' and my issues went away. Thanks for the tip!
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comment “Too many openfiles” error with Glassfish on Ubuntu
I did restart glassfish which runs under a glassfish user. The ulimits were identical when I did a su glassfish. The pam_limits.so is loaded in the /etc/pam.d/login. Thank you for your answer, however I did figure it out with the help of Ruslan's answer.
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