Subject: Re: A graceful way for ulimits?
To: Peter Eisch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 03/20/2007 10:30:12
On Tue, 20 Mar 2007, Peter Eisch wrote:
> Is there a graceful way to fiddle with 'curproc' values by setting values in
> rc.conf? I need to up the descriptors limit for a package's apps. I don't
> want to simply edit the rc.d script, though that would be effective.
> I could do it in rc.local, but I'd like to use a tighter tying to the
> rc.conf if possible in the event the app is restarted after system start
> Specifics: I need bacula-dir and bacula-sd's descriptors.soft increased to
> something larger than 64.
See the email from Simon B. on NetBSD-users on Feb 22 with subject:
"managing process memory limits on the fly?"
It suggests using an /etc/rc.conf.d/ file to run the ulimit command. Maybe
have both /etc/rc.conf.d/bacula-dir and /etc/rc.conf.d/bacula-sd and the
just have your ulimit command.
Jeremy C. Reed