too many open files - a lack of available filedescriptors?
dwm at xpasc.com
Thu Dec 8 16:28:38 UTC 2011
You are looking a system wide values. You need the value for your
polygraph process(es) ... 1024 is a typical default if you've
not taken steps to increase it.
On Thu, 8 Dec 2011, Hohl, Gerrit wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> it is again me. :-P
> Now everything is working with 2 clients with totally 1250 robots. I
> have 2 servers, each with 375 aliases (750 servers).
> The server side is working perfectly, but on the two client machines I
> get the message that too many files are open. I assumed that I have to
> less file descripters available for them. But I looked it up:
> root at polygraph-client1:/root/polygraph# more /proc/sys/fs/file-nr
> 416 0 98945
> root at polygraph-client1:/root/polygraph# lsof | wc -l
> 98945 - 837 = 98108 still available. Don't get it why that number is
> sufficient for 625 robots on each machine?
> Maybe I should have a look on the number while executing the test
> Okay, I tested it. At this point I get the message the first time:
> root at polygraph-client1:~# more /proc/sys/fs/file-nr ; lsof | wc -l
> 1504 0 98945
> 1995 of 98945 file descriptors used. Do I look at the wrong values? :-?
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