What version of Node.js? There were issues for 0.12.x versions.

Aaron Bartell
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On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 8:26 AM, Kevin Turner <
kevin.turner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have a very simple node.js server that accepts and handles web socket

When I run it on any platform (Linux, Windows etc) it will accept a huge
number of connections (more than I need to worry about).

If I deploy the same code on an IBMi server then it stops accepting
connections once it reaches 1021.

Any idea why this would be? Is there a limit built in somewhere in the
OS that I need to look at. I thought about a maximum file descriptor issue
but 1021 seems a bit small for it to be that.

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