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Re: ulimit and nginx
In article <929073.42143.qm%web52712.mail.re2.yahoo.com@localhost>,
Badiane Ka <badiane_ka%yahoo.com@localhost> wrote:
>First I'd like to say that NetBSD is really cool. I'm a Linux user who
>has installed it on a Thinkpad 560 with 100MHz CPU, 80MB RAM (72
>Effective I think), 2GB HD.
>I install nginx and ldap just to run some tests. I used siege to hit
>nginx and with 100 concurrent users requesting about 10 urls 20 times.
>Swap was never used; load on the machine reached past 1 only for 5 mins;
>system was responsive. The only error I receive was, according to some
>links, ulimit being to low. One link said to place a ulimit directive
>in the startup file. I wanted to know if that shouldn't be done
>What's the advised way of proceeding. This machine is for fun and practice.
Can't you use login.conf for that?
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