That is better thatn what it is now, but! What is the rationale behind not 
letting systemd limit the number of open files?
The limit exists in MySQL anyways, and for mysql administrator this is just an 
additional option that needs to be changed. I also imagine most of MySQL admins 
will set LimitNOFILE to Infinity anyways, and control open-files-limit. 

So, +1 on setting LimitNOFile to 5000, but with suggestion to setting it
to INFINITY.

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  max open files limit prevents max_connections over 214 on systemd

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