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From a..@Safe-mail.net
Subject Re: FtpServer hitting its limit?
Date Thu, 08 Oct 2009 11:46:46 GMT
Just googled it and it says:
"file server running Windows Server 2003 with 1 GB of RAM can efficiently
support approximately 100,000 remote concurrent file handles, regardless of
the size of the files. If your users are likely to have more than 100,000
files open at a time, plan to split this load across two or more servers."

So it's not likely it's the cause, as there is only 1 file per user, and there is less than
2000 users. 

Also as the ftp server runs fine when restarted, and it takes couple of days to reach this
issue, I don't think it's the os causing this.

niklas, can you give a private email to send the netstat report to(when I'll have it)? As
I do not want to make it public.

Thank you.

On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 12:49 PM,  <a...@safe-mail.net> wrote:
> Not sure regarding the file handles - how do I check it? I'm using windows 
> server 2003.

I'm not too familliar with Windows 2003, but you can probably google
around on max file handles.

> By the way, every time it happens, I just restart the ftp server and it 
> starts working normally again. Since the ftp connections increase daily (more 
> users), and it happens more regularly, that's why I suspect I'm hitting limit 
> of apache FtpServer.

Could you do a netstat -a when this happens so we can look at the
state of sockets?


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