Limiting user processes is important for running a stable system 1- First check the how many processes a user can execute by using ulimit -a 2- Execute the command to set-up max_user_processes to your desired settings ulimit -u '-----' For Example, ulimit -u 4096 3- Editing the limits.conf file Go to vi /etc/security/limits.conf Change as follows nobody soft nproc 4096 nobody hard nproc 16384 Where 'nobody' is the user name which could be 'root' or the one you have on your server Set the hard and soft limits for the number of processes (nproc) for the Directory Server user. The soft limit sets how many processes the user has available by default; the user can manually adjust that setting until they hit the hard limit.

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