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SubjectFile-descriptors - large quantities
Would anyone armed with the necessary experience care to enlighten me on
the effectiveness/practicality of pushing linux 2.0.32 up to (say)
12,000 file-descriptors-per-process?

We already run 3,000 per process, and I can assure you that it's
insufficient for our current network requirements. Can anyone think of
any basic barrier to pushing the fd-set size up, and increasing the
descriptor maximum, seeing as we have already got the 3000fd patch
running?

D

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