Re: 64_bit SSH
From: Burak Bilen (bilen_at_metu.edu.tr)
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2004 10:05:41 +0300 To: Bill Kirn <email@example.com>
In AIX, you can change the "Maximum number of FIXED licenses" which
affects the maximum number of users that can login to the system
I am not much familiar with HP, but there can be a similar setting which
may be changed using the HP's SAM tool.
Bill Kirn wrote:
> 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 allowing connections.
> 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