On Jun 4, 2012 9:45 PM, “ptiseo” [email protected] wrote:
@steve: nginx seems to attract the hostile and malpadapted? I’ve seen
more arrogant a**es in this forum than most other places. You guys need
to relax; it’s just software. No need for you to go nuts like that. It
just shows badly on you.
Hardly the case. This is a pretty well mannered mailing list compared to
some to which I subscribe.
But, to be constructive, please do not top post. It’s very confusing
trying to follow a threaded discussion.
So, please answer the question asked -do you have an entry in your
nginx.conf for “worker_rlimit_nofile”?
Posting your full nginx.conf might help.
The reason I restore from backup is because I needed that proxy online
for development. And, I have used Linux for a while that can be counted
in more than months. Do you know what they say about “assume”?
I did Google. I saw that worked for some and not for others. I tried it,
it didn’t work for me. My file-max setting was already some 200K.
To which settings(s) are you referring?
So, let me ask this, why would I need to increase open file limit
anyways? This is a low traffic proxy.
Maybe an issue with how you’ve configured your system which has
to do with nginx? Not to be one of those hostile, maladaped, arrogant
people to whom you referred, but this isn’t a Fedora mailing list.
you can find help there in determining what process(es) is/are using all
those file descriptors. Maybe one of them will hold your hand and not
your feelings in the process. Calling people names is certainly not a
good way to get people to help you.
@BR: Thanks for not being as bad as steve. I did notice that Fedora does
not have an up-to-date package. For now, I will stay with the backup and
spin up another virtual machine to see if I can test further.
If anyone has any other ideas than the first 20 Google hits, I’d love to
hear of them. Thx.