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I have several servers, doing the job of NAT, proxy, mail, samba,
apache, etc for tens of users. I use one kernel config in each
server and want to be sure it is safe. Can someone examine it a
little and tell me - is it safe to use in production or not?
The most reason I am asking is that all of servers working on
NetBSD-5.0_STABLE, built in Feb, eventually breaks down and
have to have hardware reset. All of them are using RAIDframe,
some amd64, some i386, ffs, softdeps, ipsec.
Sometimes during hangup I see millions of postfix messages
telling "too much open files", sometimes I see nothing, console
is reacting, but I can't log in.
I have only one, built on 2010 Jan 7 which is working perfectly,
carrying more load, than others.
That's my config
options CHILD_MAX=1024 # max simultaneous processes
options OPEN_MAX=512 # max open files per process
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