Find out how to solve problems related to ActiveGate.
If you've installed OneAgent with an existing proxy setting that doesn't allow connection to Environment ActiveGate, OneAgent won't be able to connect to Environment ActiveGate directly. To enable OneAgent to connect to Environment ActiveGate, please re-install OneAgent with no proxy or proxy-related setting.
The Linux operating system has a limit on the number of open files that a process can handle. This limit is set automatically in ActiveGate version 1.145, so it's highly recommended that you update to ActiveGate version 1.145 or higher.
If you choose not to update to v1.145 or higher, set the number of open files to at least
500000 for user
root to ensure proper operation. The current limit can be checked via the
ulimit -H -n command. Note that this limit is set per user, so if you run ActiveGate on a different user than
root, you'll need to update the associated configuration file accordingly.
How do I configure the open-files limit?
To configure the permitted number of open files
- Create the file
/etc/security/limits.d/80-dynatrace.confwith the following content:
root hard nofile 500000.
- Log out, log back in, and restart ActiveGate.
Make sure the system limit for the number of open files is higher. To view the system limit, execute the following command:
If required, follow the steps below to change the system limit
sysctl -p /etc/sysctl.d/80-dynatrace.confto apply the new value.