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I know that /etc/security/limits.conf provides the persistent soft and hard limits for several values.

However, in the relevant list there is no indication about imposed limits on:

a) concurrent open tcp connections

b) number of unix domain sockets

Where and how can anyone set/get these?

Are these values interrelated somehow?

I know that /etc/security/limits.conf provides the persistent soft and hard limits for several values.

However, in the relevant list there is no indication about imposed limits on

a) concurrent open tcp connections

b) number of unix domain sockets

Where and how can anyone set/get these?

Are these values interrelated somehow?

I know that /etc/security/limits.conf provides the persistent soft and hard limits for several values.

However, in the relevant list there is no indication about imposed limits on:

a) concurrent open tcp connections

b) number of unix domain sockets

Where and how can anyone set/get these?

Are these values interrelated somehow?

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max no of tcp connections on a linux system

I know that /etc/security/limits.conf provides the persistent soft and hard limits for several values.

However, in the relevant list there is no indication about imposed limits on

a) concurrent open tcp connections

b) number of unix domain sockets

Where and how can anyone set/get these?

Are these values interrelated somehow?