max file descriptors
stefan.winter at restena.lu
Wed Mar 13 13:08:27 CET 2019
in src/lib/event.c there is:
#define FR_EV_MAX_FDS (512)
To my understanding, this limits the number of sockets FreeRADIUS can
listen on, as each of those uses a file descriptor.
Is there a specific reason for the number 512? I.e. is it worth trying
to up it to my liking, or has this been tried before and fails?
And, related: if I listen on IPv4 and IPv6 with ipv4addr and ipv6addr,
this typically consumes two FDs. Can I have one listen statement with
the ipaddr statement which then covers both (maybe the :: address), and
does that consume only one FD then?
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