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> Is there a risk of SOMAXCONN being huge and therefore allocating a large amount of resources?

On a sensible operating system, no, but better safe than sorry: the
patch attached caps the value to 128 (a common SOMAXCONN value).
It should be high enough to avoid connection drops in common
workloads, and still guard against non-sensical SOMAXCONN values.
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