How to query the maximum file handle in linux


Under Linux, the ulimit command can be used to view the maximum number of file handles that a single process can open.

File handle: It is an index created by the kernel to efficiently manage the opened file, which is used to refer to the opened file.


ulimit -n


-n : Used to reference or set the current limit on the number of file handles


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