Re: increase mysql max connections over 1024
On Fri, Jun 14, 2002 at 12:58:31PM +0800, Patrick Hsieh wrote:
> I'd like to increase the number of max connections above 1024 in Linux.
> I think I have to increase PTHREAD_THREADS_MAX in
> /* The number of threads per process. */
> #define _POSIX_THREAD_THREADS_MAX 64
> /* This is the value this implementation supports. */
> #define PTHREAD_THREADS_MAX 1024
> My question is, what should I do after modify this file. Should I
> rebuild mysql-server .deb package again? Or I just set mysql max
> connections and restart mysql server?
I am not expert ...
If what you say is true, I can tell you that ANY program which is
involved with mysql and which used local_lim.h needs to be recompiled.
What I do not know is whether this involves glibc (libc6) or not.
Anyway, at root
# apt-get source mysql-server
# cd mysql-server*
Check source for what happens "debian/rules binary".
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