Dieter Maurer wrote:
>Ricardo Bermell writes:
> > Zope (started from a shell) in OpenBSD gets locked 
> > too easyly because of the low default limit for 
> > open file descriptors (64).   
>Most operating systems allow you to increase this number
>(either at runtime or through a kernel recompilation).

Yes, but not to infinity, which seems to be the number
of sockets ('tcp streams') my zope will waste if i don't
restart it every few days.

The question is, you can increase the limit of open file
descriptors (before, i used the default 64, now 1024), 
but it will only be a delay for Zope's dead.

do the unused sockets have a limited time of life?
I've verified that at least in 36 hours they are 
not terminated. 
If any, who fixes this lifetime, Zope or OpenBSD?

-- Ricardo

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