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SubjectRe: FD LIMITS in 2.1.95
Hehe, thats a good idea but how do I change it for now? =)


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On Sun, 26 Apr 1998, Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:

> On Sat, 25 Apr 1998, Daniel Corbe wrote:
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> >
> > How do I raise the maximum number of file descriptors that a
> > program can have open in the linux 2.1.9X kernels? I remember it being
> > #defined in limits.h in 2.0.X kernels, and I changed the limits.h #define
> > but it didn't work =(
>
> If possible, I think this should be in the make menuconfig, just like the
> max memory part. Perhaps three choices, a max of 256, 1024 or 8192 FDs per
> process, and then a few choices for the total number of FDs in the system.
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