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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by demine0, Mar 15, 2005.
How do i get my ulimit -n above 1024 for a useraccount (or all accounts) on my server?
It's usually set in /etc/profile and /etc/bashrc
so far i've changed the value in bashrc, profile, limit.csh, limit.sh, and nothing has changed it.
Are you logging out and back in again Have you also checked the users own .bash_profile or .bashrc if they have one?
i have logged out and logged in again. Also none of my users have their own .bashrc or .bash_profile files.
anyone have a solution to this?
After updating /etc/profile with the ulimit -n 16384 line - try rebooting your server.
Tryed.. Not working. one of the cpanel techs told me that this has nothing to do with cpanel at all, and that i need to use the ulimit command.
-bash-2.05b$ ulimit -n 10000
-bash: ulimit: open files: cannot modify limit: Operation not permitted
I ran that under the user i want the ulimit to go up for.