[erlang-questions] Inets concurrent limit

Martin Logan martin.logan@REDACTED
Tue Oct 21 04:25:15 CEST 2008

That is one of the problems I did run into.  Was hitting ulimits as well.
Both problems are fixed now and the proxy flies :)  Thanks for the response.


On 10/17/08 5:53 PM, "Edwin Fine" <erlang-questions_efine@REDACTED> wrote:

> Martin,
> I wonder if you are running into the TCP/IP ephemeral port starvation problem?
> There's more information about this (and how to reduce problems due to it) in
> a post I wrote a little while ago:
> http://www.erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2008-September/038154.html
> Hope this helps.
> Regards,
> Edwin
> 2008/10/17 Logan, Martin <Martin.Logan@REDACTED>
>> Does inets have a limit on the number of concurrent requests it can handle
>> both inbound and outbound.  On the inbound side when I really ramp up load I
>> see 503 responses quite a bit, I am also seeing sporadic 500's.  On the
>> outbound side (this thing I am testing is an http proxy) I am seeing issues
>> with addrinuse, which looks to be an OS issue so I am investigating that as a
>> separate issue.  Anyhow, any inets info you can provide would be helpful.
>> Basically I am looking to be able to drive as much traffic though this thing
>> as I can. 
>> Cheers,
>> Martin
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