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<BEA-000204> <Failed to listen on port 443, failure count: 1, failing for 0 seconds, java.net.SocketException: Invalid argument>
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Question by:yashritha
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reddykiran449 earned 2000 total points
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root Cause of this issue is Less number of File Descriptors

You need to check the value of "ulimit" at your OS level... you can increase the limit by running
"ulimit -n <someNumber>"

Example: ulimit -n 8192

Please increase the same value in your <BEA_HOME>/<WL_HOME>/common/bin/commEnv.sh . In this file also you will find the setting for "ulimit". Please increase it at both levels OS-level as well as "commEnv.sh" Level and then try!!!

Regards,
Kiran.
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