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Socket Support(SOS)

Anonymous
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We r creating a chat program. We came to know that a socket can support only 50 connections ( i.e only 50 clients can connect to our Chat Server at a time). Is it true ?. If it is true what is the mechanism to overcome this problem. Our Server is using Linux(containing JDK1.1.5).
Pawel Veselov
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I'm not sure, but there should be no of that limitations neither for JDK nor for Linux kernel.
It may be that this is just a 'feature' for linux jdk, I would suggest you take the latest Linux jdk from IBM or you can have this restrictions set in kernel level in /proc for your box.

With best of best regards, Pawel S. Veselov ( aka Black Angel )
 
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