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Re: File Handle
Each connection requires a socket which is an open file. Allow for the
listener, stdin, stdout, stderr, syslog, etc. This is just shooting from
the hip, but I'd say nConnections+10 ought to do the trick.
> Anyone has an idea about the number of file
> needed by the LDAP server to support 200, 300, and 400
> simultaneous connections. It is OpenLdap 1.2.11 in
> Solaris 2.6.
> While testing with 200 connections, connections were
> refused (ulimit -n gave 64) and I increased the number
> of file descriptors of the shell from where slapd is
> run to 2000 (by "ulimit -n 2000") and restarted slapd.
> But, what will be the realistic value that has to be
> set ?
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- File Handle
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