Determining ulimit segment settings

The ulimit command sets or reports process resource limits as defined in the /etc/security/limits file. This file contains these default limits:

fsize = 2097151
core = 2097151
cpu = -1 
data = 262144
rss = 65536
stack = 65536
nofiles = 2000
Note: A value of -1 sets a resource to unlimited.
Where:
fsize
The largest file a process can create or extend.
core
The largest core file a process can create.
cpu
The largest amount of system unit time (in seconds) a process can use.
data
The largest process data segment for a process.
rss
The maximum amount of physical memory (resident set size) a process can allocate.
stack
The maximum size, in bytes, of the stack region for a process. When the stack limit is reached, the process receives a SIGSEGV signal.
nofiles
The number of file descriptors a process can have open at one time.

If you are running InfoPrint Manager using a non-root user, for example ipm1, update /etc/security/limits file with:

ipm1:

nofiles = 8192