On Sun, 2004-02-29 at 11:39, Brian Brazil wrote:
As you are running out of File handles then may I suggest that you have
a look at FileCache.
Some systems will not allow you adjust ulimit -n, that may be what is
occurring to you.
The fact that you want to open so many files at once scares me on a
standard server for all users. Any glitch and bada bing -- you finish
Just for laughs would you like to tell us why a new kernel is not the
way you want to go forward here? (see last line for my reason for asking
With regard to your MRTG query,
$default_maxbytes_directive in cfgmaker should be of greatest
Guessing on may part says with your RSYNC question based on the MRTG
query can use an option of --bwlimit=KBPS where 0 is as much bandwidth
Perhaps considering --no-whole-file may help some.
If you are still having issues may I suggest that you pass on the
command lines you are using, along with relevant config file lines or if
they are overly long put them on a web page and point to them from your
i.e. for nice docs
$ wc /usr/share/doc/packages/mrtg/cfgmaker.txt
1068 5234 51223
Have lots of fun,
and as usual ymmv, ianal etc.
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