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  • Log in to the machine that runs XpoLog, as superuser if needed, and edit the file /etc/security/limits.conf, by adding the following line:
    [USER_THAT_RUNS_XPOLOG] - nofile [MAX_NUMBER_OF_FILES]
    Where
    [USER_THAT_RUNS_XPOLOG] is the user who you are using to run the XpoLog process (superuser, if you logged in as such).
    [MAX_NUMBER_OF_FILES] is the new limitation that has to be set to 1000020000.
    For instance, you can add the line: xpolog - nofile 1000020000
To allocate the required number of processes:
  • Log in to the machine that runs XpoLog, as superuser if needed, and edit the file /etc/security/limits.conf, by adding the following line:
    [USER_THAT_RUNS_XPOLOG] - nproc [MAX_NUMBER_OF_PROCESSES]
    Where
    [USER_THAT_RUNS_XPOLOG] is the user who you are using to run the XpoLog process (superuser, if you logged in as such).
    [MAX_NUMBER_OF_PROCESSES] is the new limitation that has to be set to 1000020000.
    For instance, you can add the line: xpolog - nproc 1000020000

IMPORTANT: After making this change, log out and then log in again so that the changes take effect, verify by getting 10000 as a result of running 'ulimit -n' and 'ulimit -u' again using the same user which runs XpoLog, and then restart XpoLog.

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