open files & stack size
steve at neptune.ca
Thu Dec 5 20:01:01 CST 2002
You want to modify /etc/security/limits.conf
This is what I have set on my oracle boxes and things are fine.
#<domain> <type> <item> <value>
* hard nproc 65535
* soft nproc 65535
* hard nofile 65535
* soft nofile 65535
* hard stack 32768
* soft stack 32768
On Thu, 5 Dec 2002, Jay Christopherson wrote:
> Hey All-
> I have a 2550 that is running 7.2, but with a 2.4.18-5 kernel.
> One of our apps (vendor provided, not custom) is pretty flaky and our vendor
> is telling us that we need to set out file descriptor limits (open files)
> and stack size to unlimited.
> Currently, they are set to 1024, and 8192, as reported by ulimit -a.
> This makes me vaguely uneasy, although I cannot articulate why. Somewhere
> in the back of my mind, it is setting off an alarm, but I cannot recall the
> specifics of why
> this should alarm me.
> I have done some searching on Google and found some references, buyt nothing
> that specifically states that setting these values to unlimited is bad.
> I should mention that this system has NO users, only this app that runs with
> about 50 processes or so.
> I know this is thinly related to poweredge and dell, but you go where the
> best info is.. ;-)
> Anyone some good "yea" or "nay" arguments?
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