On Wed, 01 Sep 2004 09:50:36 -0700, Kurt D. Zeilenga <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
At 08:28 AM 9/1/2004, D. Lovell wrote:
Some of our applications occasionally open enough connections to the servers that we hit the 1024 file descriptor limit per slapd process. On most platforms, the file descriptor limit can be significantly
increased. I suggest you try that.
The file descriptor limit is 8192 for the userid slapd runs as and OpenLDAP was built with that FD_SETSIZE (env CPPFLAGS="-DFD_SETSIZE=8192"). I have verified that other applications running as the slapd userid can grab up to 8192 file descriptors. However, slapd maxes out at 1024 file descriptors every time:
Aug 17 16:35:46 sparky slapd: daemon: 1024 beyond descriptor table size 1024
This is on Red Hat ES 3.0.
Is there some other build option that should be included in order enable a larger file descriptor limit?
Yours, John -- John Borwick System Administrator Wake Forest University | web http://www.wfu.edu/~borwicjh Winston-Salem, NC, USA | GPG key ID 0x797326D5
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