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SubjectRe: file descriptor limits
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> drives,3c0m 905b-100mb. The problem is Zeus does not fork like apache does.
> So the process runs out of file handles when the number of connections
> shoots up. Except for the file handle problem (which makes zeus kind of
> unstable) zeus is a fine product. I would take the "pepsi challenge"
> against any web server. Now I could take the easy hack and just bind
> another ip and run another instance of zeus. I would like to try and raise
> the open file limits for the process. I have read instances of doing this
> and would like to know the safest method/settings for doing this. Thanks

There is a hard limit of 1024/process in 2.2.x. The -ac patches allow you
to use rlimit for a given process to raise it almost arbitarily.


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