Remote Session Control Parameters

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The maximum number of sessions available for remotely initiated transfers and metatransfers is controlled by the internet service daemon on your Linux or Unix system. On most systems the internet service daemon is usually either inetd or xinetd.
Session Control Parameters for inetd
During the installation of
XCOM Data Transport
, entries for the
XCOM Data Transport
txpi services were added to the system inetd.conf file. Up to four services could have been added depending on the Linux or Unix system:
  • txpi -
    XCOM Data Transport
    service for IPv4
  • txpi6 -
    XCOM Data Transport
    service for IPv6
  • txpis -
    XCOM Data Transport
    for IPv4 Secure Socket (SSL)
  • txpis6 -
    XCOM Data Transport
    for IPv6 Secure Socket (SSL)
On many Linux or Unix systems, inetd provides several parameters that can be used to control the maximum number of sessions available.
For more information about these parameters, see the 
inetd
 documentation.
Session Control Parameters for xinetd
During the installation of
XCOM Data Transport
, entries for the
XCOM Data Transport
txpi services were created in the $XCOM_HOME/txpi directory. Links for the
XCOM Data Transport
services were also added to the /etc/xinetd.d directory. Up to four services could have been added depending on the Linux or Unix system:
  • txpi -
    XCOM Data Transport
    service for IPv4
  • txpi6 -
    XCOM Data Transport
    service for IPv6
  • txpis -
    XCOM Data Transport
    for IPv4 Secure Socket (SSL)
  • txpis6 -
    XCOM Data Transport
    for IPv6 Secure Socket (SSL)
On many Linux or Unix systems, xinetd provides several parameters that can be used to control the maximum number of sessions available.
For more information about these parameters, see the 
xinetd
 documentation.