Subject: Re: QUESTION ABOUT SOMAXCONN IN SYS/SOCKET.H FOR 1.0 AND 1.1
To: None <email@example.com, netbsd-help@NetBSD.ORG, tech-kern@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Arne H. Juul <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/05/1996 21:34:15
> I see in the
> NetBSD source, that SOMAXCONN (sys/socket.h) is set to 5 and that the only
> place it is used in the 0.9A and 1.0 src trees is in
> I understand that one needs to
> recompile the kernel to get this altered behavior, and that one should
> probably put the altered sys/socket.h in the /usr/include on the build
> machine so that the application and the kernel agree about what the maximum
> queue size is?
We're running our web server (avarage of 75000 connections/day) with:
And then in /sys/sys/socket.h:
#define SOMAXCONN 5
(It's also installed in /usr/include/sys/socket.h in case some application
I don't think there's any gotchas in here. You probably need to increase
NMBCLUSTERS as well, in case you haven't already.
It would actually be nice if most parameters was set inside #ifndef
so they could be overridden in the kernel config file easily.
- Arne H. J.