#My first issue with meteor solved quickly

Today I was hacking on my first app with Meteor_ and I stumbled upon the following issue right after running the application for the first time:

[tzicatl@hormiga-gris preguntame]$ meteor
[[[[[ ~/Aplicaciones/Codigo/Meteor/preguntame ]]]]]

Running on: http://localhost:3000/

    throw errnoException(errno, 'watch');
Error: watch ENOSPC
    at errnoException (fs.js:806:11)
    at FSWatcher.start (fs.js:837:11)
    at Object.fs.watch (fs.js:861:11)
    at _.extend._scan (/usr/lib64/meteor/app/meteor/run.js:355:24)
    at Array.forEach (native)
    at Function._.each._.forEach (/usr/lib64/meteor/app/lib/third/underscore.js:76:11)
    at new DependencyWatcher (/usr/lib64/meteor/app/meteor/run.js:291:5)
    at exports.run.start_watching (/usr/lib64/meteor/app/meteor/run.js:490:17)
    at exports.run.restart_server (/usr/lib64/meteor/app/meteor/run.js:547:5)
    at /usr/lib64/meteor/app/meteor/run.js:607:9

I found this thread on StackOverflow, but that specific workaround didn’t work out well. So the user Lander gave me a kind hand and suggested that I should tweak fs.inotify.max_user_watches and set it to 10000.

So, I combined both solutions (the one from StackOverflow and the other form Lander) and this fixed the issue:

.. code-block:: javascript

# echo 10000 > /proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_watches
# echo 10000 > /proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_instances

Back to hacking again :)