At 11:44 AM 8.13.2003 -0400, Grant Peel wrote:
>Kewl,
>
>Thanks for all the help thus far.
>
>On both my productive machines, I have set maxopenfiles to 8192 for the
>short term. (Kernel rebuilding wiats until 0300 AM :-).
>
>I found maxusers is read only and can only be set at boot time.
>
>Now, One machine is FBSD 4.4 and the other is 4.8.
>
>I can't use the maxusers setting '0' on the 4.4 box, so what setting would
>you all suggest?
>
>This is one of our primary web/mail/sql servers serving about 600 emails,
>250 domains, and a number of messageboards. (MySQL based). It should be
>noted this machine has been very reliabvle and has suffered no data loss in
>1.5 years (so far).
>
>
>The other machine will be set to maxusers 0 on next boot.
>
>
>-Grant
>

On the 4.4 machine, go to the 32 user setting....

Best regards,
Jack L. Stone,
Administrator

SageOne Net
http://www.sage-one.net
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