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SubjectRe: Newbie question: mmap() and file descriptor limits


On Sun, 3 Sep 2000, Stephen C. Tweedie wrote:

> > it ends up running into the system file descriptor limits which makes
> > the system unusable for anything but the web server process. FreeBSD
> > does it differenly. Files can be mmaped and do not count towards the
> > limit.

FreeBSD unmaps upon close(). Which is a bogus behaviour. If you want them
unmapped - call munmap() explicitly.

> Then increase the system-wide limit in /proc/sys/fs/file-max (just
> echo a new value there).

Depends on what he really wants...

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