How to increase open file limits on Ubuntu 22.04
Originally written: Sep 7, 2022
* soft nofile 1000001 * hard nofile 1000001
Log out, log back in again, and you should have:
$ ulimit -Sn 1000001 $ ulimit -Hn 1000001
Update (Dec 6, 2022)
If you want to automate this via Salt, this is what you can add to your config.
open_file_limits: file.blockreplace: - name: /etc/security/limits.conf - marker_start: "# START salt zone -DO-NOT-EDIT-" - marker_end: "# END salt zone --" - content: | * soft nofile 1000001 * hard nofile 1000001 root soft nofile 1000001 root hard nofile 1000001 - append_if_not_found: True - show_changes: True