On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, Conor Wynne wrote:
> I am not sure what the value 60 is exactly, I assume its 60 xinetd
> instances and that each service within has a number of sessions it
> can have? Assumption is a great thing.
If only xinetd.conf had a man page that documented it.
> If I increase this value to say 250, will this increase the number of
> allowed telnet sessions? Will I also waste loads of resources?
If you increase the one in the default section, no. It will increase
allowed number of /all/ services.
Try adding 'instances 250' to the telnet definition only.
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