Number of open files

GNU/Linux and Mac OS operating systems impose an upper limit on the number of concurrent files a user may have open. This article covers how to configure the number of open files on GNU/Linux that use systemd or sysvinitd. For… Read more →

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Where is my neo4j.log in Ubuntu Linux?

In most Neo4j server environments, all logs will be found in NEO4J_HOME/logs. However, when Neo4j is running as a service on a Ubuntu (debian) Linux environment, usually installed via apt-get install neo4j or similar, the neo4j.log is not present. To… Read more →

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Using apt to download a specific Neo4j debian package

By default, using apt-get to install Neo4j allows you to grab the current and previous stable releases. However, if you would like to install an older version, you can specify that. For reference, the Debian repo is located here: http://debian.neo4j.org/… Read more →

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Linux Out of Memory killer

The Out Of Memory Killer or OOM Killer is a process that the linux kernel employs when the system is critically low on memory. This situation occurs because the linux kernel has over allocated memory to its processes. When a… Read more →

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How to Setup Neo4j to Startup on Linux Server Reboot

If you want to emulate the Neo4j RPM service with a tar installation on Linux systems, do the following steps: As root: Copy the $NEO4J_HOME/bin/neo4j script file to /etc/init.d Edit the /etc/init.d/neo4j script file to uncomment the NEO4J_HOME variable and… Read more →

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Getting “Permission Denied” errors after using neo4j-admin commands

If you have leveraged Debian or RPM Packages to install Neo4j on Linux (or used one of the Public Cloud Marketplace offerings), you need to be careful of file and folder permissions. The installs create a user: “neo4j” that owns… Read more →

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Number of open files

Linux platforms impose an upper limit on the number of concurrent files a user may have open. This number is reported for the current user and session with the ulimit -n command: user@localhost:~$ ulimit -n 1024 Neo4j will also report… Read more →

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