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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: Number of Virtual Servers
Date Thu, 14 Dec 1995 20:43:05 GMT
Randy Terbush wrote in response to a message by Jim Jagielski:
> 
> > Not related to patches at all, but how many fd's does SunOS4 allow
> > by default?
> 
> It appears that it is 64. This may be hardcoded in a kernel object
> file as near as I can find. This is the soft limit. Hard limit is
> 256.
> 
> > The reason I;m asking is because under A/UX we are limited to 128 file-
> > descriptors and we would like a feel for how many we can run before
> > we hit the wall. If you were able to run 24 virtuals with the same
> > number, I'd breathe a bit easier :)
> > 
> > Max so far has been 8.
> 
> I would guess you can handle around 50 at that limit. If you have
> the setrlimit() function, the server should bump this limit as it
> adds VirtualHosts IF you have set HAVE_RESOURCE in conf.h for A/UX.
> 

Alas, setrlimit() isn't available on A/UX. Still, 50 (or so) servers
per machine sounds just fine to me :)

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