Increasing system limits

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By default, a Debian system comes with some predefined system limits. Also, the services are preset to be able to open a certain number of files.
This does not cause any problems on smaller servers, but on large shared servers, you can easily hit these limits, which can result in services rejecting requests or being blocked altogether.

With this command, you can increase any limits we've noticed can cause problems:

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wget -nv https://dl.myvestacp.com/vesta/increase-system-limits.sh -O /root/increase-system-limits.sh
bash /root/increase-system-limits.sh
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