1) How can I stop Vuze from reporting the following error: "Too many open files" ?
2) What directory do I need to be in to effectively utilize this command:
sudo bash -c 'ulimit -n 8192; sudo -u username ./azureus' ?
3) Is this the maximum number of files that I can allot to Vuze on OS X (8192)?
*Note that the first 2 questions are more important to me.
---------- Post updated 03-22-10 at 01:35 AM ---------- Previous update was 03-21-10 at 03:19 PM ----------
I notice that when I type the following command into the Terminal (in Snow Leopard): launchctl limit maxfiles 10200
that it will effectively replace the default value of 256 with the larger value of 10200. However, I still receive the "Too many open files" error and the command doesn't work beyond that value. Is there a reason for that?
---------- Post updated 03-23-10 at 12:46 AM ---------- Previous update was 03-22-10 at 01:35 AM ----------
I was able to raise kern.maxfiles to 1,000,000 but I still can't raise launchctl limit maxfiles nor ulimit -n beyond 10,200. Is there a reason for this enormous discrepancy? I'm running Snow Leopard with the latest updates.
---------- Post updated at 12:47 AM ---------- Previous update was at 12:46 AM ----------
Anyone out there?
Last edited by pludi; 03-22-2010 at 06:42 AM..
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This is me too except for the attention span. As soon as I find a solution to something I let others better it.
And as for doing something different I have done some bizarre stuff on here... <wink> /Me awaits the mickey take... ;oD
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