Configuring system settingsedit

Where to configure systems settings depends on which package you have used to install Loud ML, and which operating system you are using.

When using the RPM or Debian packages, most system settings are set in the system configuration file. However, systems which use systemd require that system limits are specified in a systemd configuration file.

Sysconfig fileedit

When using the RPM or Debian packages, system settings and environment variables can be specified in the system configuration file, which is located in:

RPM

/etc/sysconfig/loudml

Debian

/etc/default/loudml

However, for systems which uses systemd, system limits need to be specified via systemd.

Systemd configurationedit

When using the RPM or Debian packages on systems that use systemd, system limits must be specified via systemd.

The systemd service file (/usr/lib/systemd/system/loudmld.service) contains the limits that are applied by default.

To override them, add a file called /etc/systemd/system/loudmld.service.d/override.conf (alternatively, you may run sudo systemctl edit loudmld which opens the file automatically inside your default editor). Set any changes in this file, such as:

[Service]
LimitFDs=infinity

Once finished, run the following command to reload units:

sudo systemctl daemon-reload