I am running Debian wheezy. File limits are increased to 100000 for every user. ulimit -a and ulimit -Hn / -Sn show me the right amounts of maximum open file limits even in screen. But for some reason ...
The default open file limit per process is 1024 on - say - Linux. For certain daemons this is not enough. Thus, the question: How to change the open file limit for a specific user?
Right now, I know that: Find open files limit per process: ulimit -n Count all opened files by all process: lsof | wc -l Get maximum open files count allowd: cat /proc/sys/fs/file-max My ...
I'm trying to increase the default file descriptor limits for processes on my system. Specifically I'm trying to get the limits to apply to the Condor daemon and its sub-processes when the machine ...
I plan to run a Java app using nohup ... &. The limit must apply to commands like this.