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From: "John Ziniti" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Andreas Jung" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2001 15:57
Subject: Re: [Zope-dev] file descriptors on Solaris [SUMMARY]
> >This is nonsense. Solaris allows of course to use more than 256 FDs.
> >I don't know how they are stored inside the kernel but I have been using
> >Solaris in projects where we used 1024 FDs and more. Zope does not
> >increase the number of allowed FDs (resource module) but inherits
> >the settings from the environment where Zope gets started.
> >The number of FDs are set in Solaris in /etc/system:
> >set rlim_fd_max = 4096
> >set rlim_fd_cur = 1024
> >Solaris 7+ allows up to 65536 FDs.
> Solaris is definitely not my area of expertise, but to the best of my
> looking-for-the-answer ability, that's all I can find. If Zope is
> started in a shell with
> $ ulimit -n 200
> and I POST the offending form, I get a "too many open files" error. But
> if ulimit -n 512,
> then I get "No such file or directory" when $ZOPE/lib/python/tempfile.py
> tries to fdopen a
> file descriptor higher than 255 (line 155).
> my /etc/system doesn't have anything other than some shm settings.
When u dont have the settings then you are using the default settings (maybe
Modify the settings according to your needs.
> Can you create a form:
> <form method="POST" enctype="multipart/form-data">
> <input type="submit" value="Click me to test FD's">
> <dtml-in "_.range(500)">
> <input type=text name="input_<dtml-var sequence-number>"
> value="<dtml-var sequence-number>">
I am running Linux here with 1024 FDs.
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