esd leaking file descriptors
dimitry at andric.com
Mon Jun 7 19:47:34 GMT 2004
On 2004-06-07 at 21:29:18 Brian Feldman wrote:
>> Here are two excerpts from kdump output that basically repeat all the
> I see a lot of accept(2) there... I think it's a good possibility
> Robert accidentally broke accept()'s error cleanup.
Hmm, I'm starting to think that this is why I ran into a similar
problem with Squid yesterday; it ran out of file descriptors, started
spamming the console, and made the machine quite inaccessible. :)
(Luckily there's a serial console.) I've run Squid on FreeBSD for
years now, without ever encountering something like this! I then
unthinkingly bumped kern.maxfiles to 8192, but it's probably better if
I try Robert's patch too.
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