WL10 Compiler executable.exec error "too many open files" deploying ear

When I try to deploy an ear containing a web module and some ejb modules, I obtain this error:
<Info> <J2EE Deployment SPI> <BEA-260121> <Initiating deploy operation for application, MB-ADM_EAR [archive: /wl/wlments/MB-ADM_EAR/MB-ADM_EAR.ear], to Cluster1 .>
Task 1 initiated: [Deployer:149026]deploy application MB-ADM_EAR on Cluster1.
Task 1 failed: [Deployer:149026]deploy application MB-ADM_EAR on Cluster1.
Target state: deploy failed on Cluster Cluster1
java.io.IOException: Compiler failed executable.exec:
/wl/servers/MS1/cache/EJBCompilerCache/-1dj0waj53cbu8/it/apps/ejbs/core/ExSvc_167qnt_Impl.java:17: error while writing it.apps.ejbs.core.ExSvc_167qnt_Impl: /wl/servers/MS1/cache/EJBCompilerCache/-1dj0waj53cbu8/it/apps/ejbs/core/ExSvc_167qnt_Impl.class (Too many open files)If i split the ear in two parts, web in one ear and ejbs in another ear, deploy is succesfull.
Do you have any idea of what is happening?
Below the environment specifications:
JVM Version: jrockit_150_11
JVM Heap: 512
Web Logic: 10.0.1.0
Server: Hewlett Packard DL585 G2
OS: Linux / 2.6.5-7.287.3.PTF.345489.1-smp
Thank you, bye,
Marco

Hello Marco.
When you try to deploy an EAR weblogic server at the time of deployment unjar's it and compiles the files and so on. Every Operating system has a limit on how many number of files can be opened by a process. If your EAR is big then the number of files which WLS will unjar will also be large hence you hit the limit. By splitting your ear into 2, you are splitting wls task into smaller parts, which means the number of files it unjars at a time is less.
The following note tells what needs to be done to avert this issue.
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E12839_01/doc.1111/e14772/weblogic_server_issues.htm#CHDGFFHD

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