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SubjectRe: fork: out of memory
Zlatko Calusic wrote:
> Only thing I'm not sure at the moment is, would 4096 be a good idea?
> That would require changes of some constants in kernel, which then
> would require some software to be recompiled.
>
> But then again, if Solaris supports 4096 fd's, why shouldn't Linux?
>
> Can I have other's opinion on *that*?

Yes! We're about to port a BSD application to Linux,
and we expect (when it's run in a fully scaled system)
that it could consume 4K fd's or more ... Is it possible
to make this limit completely dynamic? That would help
us a great deal ...

Rich.

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