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Arcsight logger for Linux 5.5

Hi All,

Please let me know. I have downloaded ArcSight Logger 6.

When I install this in my Red Hat Linux Enterpreise Linux 5.5 on virtual box, it shows below error.

"Installation Requirement  not met.

Pre-Install check failed: Your MaxDesc is failed 1024.

The Lower limit for open the descriptors is 65536."

Please advise.


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Have you updated the 90-nproc.conf file as described in the installation guide.  Below is the snippet from the installation guide that covers this update. 

1 If you do not already have a file /etc/security/limits.d/90-nproc.conf,

create one (and the limits.d directory, if necessary). If the file already exists,

delete all entries in the file.

2 Add the following lines:

*      soft      nproc      10240

*      hard     nproc      10240

*      soft      nofile      65536

*      hard     nofile      65536

3 Reboot the machine.

4 Run the following command to verify the new settings:

ulimit -a

5 Verify that the output shows the following values for Open files and Max user

processes:

     open files 65536

     max user processes 10240

After you have increased the user process limit and met the other prerequisites, you are ready to install Logger.

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Hi torbet,

Thank you so much. It works fine.

Regards

Jayakrishnan

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