Hi everyone,

I'm curious what the implications of using netty are going to be for the case 
where a server gets close to its max available file descriptors. Right now our 
somewhat limited testing has shown that a ZK server performs fine up to the 
point when it runs out of available fds, at which point performance degrades 
sharply and new connections get into a somewhat bad state. Is netty going to 
enable the server to handle this situation more gracefully (or is there a way 
to do this already that I haven't found)? Limiting connections from the same 
client is not enough since we can potentially have far more clients wanting to 
connect than available fds for certain use cases we might consider.


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