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How to increase maximum file open limit (ulimit) in Ubuntu?

Currently ulimit -n shows 10000. I want to increase it to 40000. I've edited /etc/sysctl.conf and put fs.file-max=40000. I've also edited /etc/security/limits.conf and updated hard and soft values. ...
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error, couldn't create file .. File name too long

How can I increase the maximum length of a filename in linux? I'm trying to download a torrent file, and apparently because it's Cyrillic, the file name hit's the limit. error, couldn't create file ...
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How can I increase the number of open filehandles in Linux?

I'm trying to increase the number open file handles on a server of mine and the usual places don't seem to be taking effect: root@dev:~# sysctl -p |grep file fs.file-max = 200000 root@dev:~# grep ...
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How to fully use the 4G in my Laptop under Ubuntu 9.10 - 32-bit

I have a Toshiba A100, which I upgraded to 4G of RAM. The hardware startup indeed shows 4G of RAM, and I recently installed Windows 7, just to see how it behaves on it. So far so good, it displays 4G ...
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Meaning of FDSize in /proc/PID/status

I'm looking for a way to find out the open FD limit under Ubuntu machines which doesn't have the /proc/PID/limits, namely EC2 machines. I have been looking into /proc/PID/limits, and found the the ...