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Re: cygserver problem max 5 connections
On Sep 12 18:26, Reini Urban wrote:
> Corinna Vinschen schrieb:
> >On Sep 12 14:05, Reini Urban wrote:
> >>I have a postgres user claiming that cygserver cannot serve more than 5
> >>concurrent connections with postgres.
> >Did you already play with the /etc/cygserver.conf parameters?
> Sure. I only see a 10 semaphore id limit, but not the reported 5.
> And I didn't see where postgresql needs 2 id's per connection.
> # kern.ipc.semmni: Maximum no. of semaphore identifiers hold concurrently.
> # Default: 10, Min: 1, Max: 1024
> kern.ipc.semmni 10
> # kern.ipc.semmns: Maximum no. of semaphores hold concurrently.
> # Default: 60, Min: 1, Max: 1024
> kern.ipc.semmns 200
Dunno how many concurrent connections a running postgresql system needs
so I was wondering if raising kern.srv.request_threads could help.
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