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What do all these numbers indicate?

Matt Pagan authored on 12/07/2014 03:22:08
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@@ -2884,112 +2884,7 @@ descriptors you can open at once. Competent vserver admins are able to
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 configure your server to not hit these limits. For example, in SWSoft's
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 Virtuozzo, investigate /proc/user_beancounters. Look for "failcnt" in
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 tcpsndbuf, tcprecvbuf, numothersock, and othersockbuf. Ask for these to
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-be increased accordingly. Some users have seen settings work well as follows:
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-<p>
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-<table border="1">
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-<tr>
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-<td>
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-<i>resource</i>
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-<i>held</i>
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-<i>maxheld</i>
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-<i>barrier</i>
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-<i>limit</i>
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-<i>failcnt</i>
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-</td>
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-</tr>
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-<tr>
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-tcpsndbuf
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-46620
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-48840
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-3440640
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-5406720
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-0
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-</td>
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-</tr>
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-<tr>
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-<td>
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-tcprcvbuf
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-0
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-2220
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-<td>
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-0
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-</td>
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-</tr>
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-<tr>
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-<td>
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-othersockbuf
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-243516
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-260072
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-2252160
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-4194304
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-0
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-</td>
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-</tr>
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-<tr>
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-<td>
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-numothersock
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-151
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-153
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-</td>
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-<td>
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-720
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-720
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-</td>
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-0
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-</td>
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-</tr>
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-</table>
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- Xen, Virtual Box and VMware virtual servers have no such limits normally.
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+be increased accordingly. Xen, Virtual Box and VMware virtual servers have no such limits normally.
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 </p>
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 <p>
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 If the vserver admin will not increase system limits another option is