You can also use the lsof command to find out what is being opened.
Network connections count as open files too.

Bill

On 3/15/07, sksamuel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I'm assuming this is on Linux or something else that's Unixy.  You can
find out what your limit for open files is by typing "ulimit -a".
Here's an example from one of my systems:

.....

Do a "man bash" and search for "ulimit" if you want more details.





Thanks very much for your help Jose.

Sam.


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