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How to fix ‘Maximum file limit has been reached’ on your server?

Many a times we receive the error ‘Maximum file limit has been reached’, in that case, please

Refer the following steps to get it fixed:-

  1. Login into server as a root
  2. Edit the file called /etc/sysctl.conf ,using the following command:

vi /etc/sysctl.conf

  1. Add the line in it as

s.file-max = 22992

d. Save and exit from the file.

e. In order to apply these changes run the command called

# sysctl –p

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