On Wed, 24 Mar 2004 17:16:12 +0000
Stephane Dudzinski <stephane at cp.dias.ie> wrote:
>> I've just met quite a big problem. We are running a courier-imap-ssl
> server with roughly 30 mozilla clients. From today, i got this in the
>> Mar 24 16:52:44 server imapd-ssl: 40 maximum active connections.
Are you running it from inetd ? If so 40 is the default maximum
number of server instances that can be spawned from inetd in
a 60 second interval. It's configurable ( more in the man page for inetd)
It doesn't look like an inetd error though... hmmm. I haven't
used courier-imap in ages...
> Then from there, nobody can connect anymore. It seems to have happened
> since we have more people using mozilla (which i understand well as
> each mozilla in theory handles 5 concurrent connections).
>> I did increase the daemon number in the courier setup but still no
I know it's an obvious question, but you did stop all courier processes
and restart the entire thing ?
>> Anyone came accross this problem ?
> Dublin Institute For Advanced Studies
> Stephane Dudzinski - IT Manager
> mailto:stephane at cp.dias.ie>>
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Darach Technology Ltd tel: +353-1-6204370
email: chris.higgins at darach.ie fax: +353-1-6204371
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