* Valentin V. Petruchek ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Dec 28. 2001 04:51]:

> > OK, we're talking about Linux, right?

> No ;) FreeBsd 4.x don't know exactly about x

Duh, that was stupid of me. It's right there in the subject.

> > I'll bet `cat /proc/sys/fs/file-max` gives you 4096

OK, then give this a try:

sysctl -w kern.maxfiles=8192
sysctl -w kern.maxfilesperproc=8192

(or however high you want to go)

And it may need a reboot; I dont know if that would take effect
immediately (check it with ulimit -n after you do it). If it works, 
you might have to stick that in rc.local in order to get it to stick 
whenever you reboot. 

Again, I don't know if that'll have any effect.. 

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