On Sat, 20 Apr 2002, Alfred Perlstein wrote:
> * The Hermit Hacker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [020420 16:01] wrote:
> > As a quick follow-up to this, doing more searching on the web, I came
> > across a few suggested 'sysctl' settings, which I've added to what I had
> > before, for a total of:
> > kern.maxfiles=65534
> > jail.sysvipc_allowed=1
> > vm.swap_idle_enabled=1
> > vfs.vmiodirenable=1
> > kern.ipc.somaxconn=4096
> > I've also just reduced my maxusers to 256 from 1024, since 1024 was
> > crashing worse then 512, and I ran across the 'tuning' man page that
> > stated that you shouldn't go above 256 :(
> > Just a bit more detail on the setup ...
> You said you're running 5000 processes. 5000 processes of what?
> Are they useing SYSVSHM? If so, this sysctl might help:
Okay, never knew of that one before ... have it set for the next reboot,
as I do have a few postgresql servers going on the 'root (non-jail)'
> It'll only work if you set it before your processes setup.
> Some more information about what these 5000 processes are doing
> would help.
Sorry ... the server is running ~210 jails ... so the '5k processes' would
be when they all start up their periodic scripts ... normally, it hovers
around 2700 processes ...
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