On Thu, 6 Dec 2007, Miklos Szeredi wrote:

> That depends on how long these files are kept open. But in theory
> yes, that could happen.
>
> Ideally sftp-server should allocate the space for handles dynamically,
> so a hardcoded limit wouldn't be needed. There are still various
> limits on the number open files, but those can easily be adjusted by
> the sysadmin.


Yes, sftp-server should dynamically allocate its handles up to the
point where the system starts refusing to allocate file descriptors.

Anyone want to make a patch?

-d
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