[Ltb-users] How to increase the File descriptor limit
ramesh at slideshare.com
Thu Jul 18 14:12:11 CEST 2013
Thanks Clement. I had figured that out while starting/restarting the
service it showed like this:
/slapd: [INFO] Using*/etc/default/slapd* for configuration//
//slapd: [INFO] Launching OpenLDAP configuration test...//
//slapd: [OK] OpenLDAP configuration test successful/
Got the idea from there... anyways thanks man, you always helpful.
On Thursday 18 July 2013 05:07 PM, Clément OUDOT wrote:
> 2013/7/18 Ramesh Kumar <ramesh at slideshare.com>:
>> I tried to increase the file descriptor limit by setting up hard and soft
>> limit in /etc/security/limit.conf file and then restarted openldap service
>> but still seeing:
>> slapd: [INFO] No db_recover done
>> slapd: [INFO] Launching OpenLDAP...
>> slapd: [OK] File descriptor limit set to 1024
>> I tried to search that kind of option in ldap configuration but not able to
>> find anything related to file descriptor limit.
> You should look in /etc/default/slapd
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