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I am running a Java program on USS (it's a unix enviroment on the mainframe). I want to know how many files/file descriptors my application has opened in order to make sure it won't pass the system limit. Is there any classes or methods in Java to tell me that? Thanks.
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My co-worker ran into a limit of 2000 open files. You can see the limit in unix with the "ulimit -a" command. The "nofiles" is the number of files which can be open. Your admin may be able to increase this number. Sorry - I just read your original post again and I am not answering your question. [This message has been edited by christopher foran (edited November 05, 2001).]