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Re: Error creating network socket: No buffer space available
On Wed, 15 Feb 2006, phobos@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 15, 2006 at 06:18:28AM +0100, xsteadfastx@xxxxxxxxx wrote 0.9K bytes in 30 lines about:
> : It is a Debian Sarge.
> Did you install via source or apt?
> : Yes it is. Ok i think there is the failure. It needs more descriptors
> Tor servers should have 8192 file descriptors available. This
> number may be overkill, but generally is accepted as a high
> watermark for successful Tor servers.
> Modifying the init script to set ulimit -n 8192 would be
> preferable. Installations by apt and rpm in the -alpha branch
> already set this as part of the default init script.
Actually if it's running in a vserver then the vserver's config needs to
be adjusted as well. you can't usually raise your resource limits in
one of those nasty chroots :)
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