Subject: Re: more file descriptors
To: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Buhrow <email@example.com>
Date: 04/03/1998 18:08:20
I think he has a file descriptor leak with innd. While you're tuning
maxopenfiles, which is a global number, not a per-process one, recheck your
inn configuration to make sure you have all of the right semantics set for
processing the in.nnrpd readers.
On Apr 3, 12:19pm, David Brownlee wrote:
} Subject: Re: more file descriptors
} Have you tried
} sysctl -w kern.maxfiles=5000
} (or other preferred number - run 'sysctl kern.maxfiles' first :)
} Or is it a per user limit?
} -- Just adding to the wrinkles on his deathly frown... --
} On Fri, 3 Apr 1998, Tom T. Thai wrote:
} > My news machine (1.3) is running out of file descriptors.. I've upped
} > NMBCLUSTERS=4096 and set max users at 200, but inn still says it has too
} > many open files, and goes into throttle. This happens after the news
} > machine is rebooted and running for a few hours.
} > .............. ....................................
} > Thomas T. Thai Infomedia Interactive Communications
} > firstname.lastname@example.org TEL 612.376.9090 * FAX 612.376.9087
>-- End of excerpt from David Brownlee