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Can't raise "open files" ulimit #1688
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The "open files" ulimit can't currently be increased.
I know of two use cases for setting this ulimit:
And the actual limit is updated
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Feb 10, 2017
@benhillis I have updated to the build of 16257, the "ulimit -n" can be changed. However, as an atmospheric scientist, i want to know that if the "ulimit -s" to be changed to unlimited, as we want to use the wsl on the workstation. Now the stack size is static 8192K, too limited for modeling.
Ubuntu (well, Linux kernel) defaults were fantastic for those running Gnome on their desktop in early 2000s. Many developers, regardless of the tools they use, have to bump the limit significantly (say, at least 20K) at some point. The number of threads on the Web about
Please consider increasing the default to 20K: the downside is a tiny increase in the amount of RAM used, absolutely negligible in the year of 2017.