From: Bill Kirn (kirn1_at_sugar-land.oilfield.slb.com)
Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2004 09:51:08 -0500 To: email@example.com
To whomever -
I have a client who has an HP 11i system presently running
ssh3.7.1p2/ssl9.7c. They are going to
replace the 'telnet' connections with all SSH. The problem that they are
seeing is that SSH stops
allowing connections when it reaches 232 concurrent connections. They will
require 300+ under
production. The system has 20GB of memory and 12GB free when SSH stops
The SSH running is 32-bit SSH/SSL. So, I'm trying to create a 64-bit
version. I have gotten SSL to
to compile 9.7d for 64-bit, but SSH errors when running 'configure'
stating that the /usr/local/ssl/lib/libcrypto.a
file is a "64-bit PA archive library (Mismatched ABI)". My question, is
there a way to compile SSH to be 64-bit?
Or is there a way to use the 32-bit but increase the number of concurrent
connections. In the ssd_config
file, the MaxStartups param is commented out(#). It was set at 10:30:60.
Any help in this would be
Thanks in advance...Bill Kirn, Schlumberger HP Admin, NAM Data Center,
Sugar Land, Texas