Ragnar Lonn wrote:
Hi all,

I am a longtime (well, since 2004 or so) vimage user. It's really nice to see this great stuff getting into the main branch!

I have a quick question for the list: I want to be able to have a machine handle a *lot* of open network connections. Many systems have various issues with this, but I thought that if FreeBSD's vimages might be able to get around the problem. Is it possible to have more open network sockets using multiple vimages, than it is on a FreeBSD without vimage? Are sockets still a global resource, or do they get multiplied with each vimage?

I apologize if this is a stupid question, I haven't been using FreeBSD+vimages in a while (although I hope to change that soon!)

sockets are a global resource that are assigned to vimages.
However the amount of sockets available are tunable.
how many are we talking about here?


Cheers,

 /Ragnar


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