ERROR: Need to be root to increase max connections.
dormando at rydia.net
Mon Mar 17 03:45:26 UTC 2008
That's based off of perlbal.
Oddly enough, it doesn't appear that perlbal has the ability to increase
resources and drop user privileges?
You can always give the mogstored user higher limits via
/etc/security/limits.conf (or whatever mechanics are local to you).
Clinton Goudie-Nice wrote:
> When I'm starting mogstored on my storage nodes, I'm seeing this error:
> ERROR: Need to be root to increase max connections.
> I'd really rather not run mogstored as root. Can I ignore this error
> (and if so, what are the ramifications?), or is there any way for me to
> circumvent the problem?
> This is on Centos5 nodes.
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