It applies to Ubuntu as well, by the way.
Please, have a look at the following:
The similar problem and its solution are described there.
Hope it helps.
I deleted what was present in the limits.conf and simply copied and pasted the values from the related KB article. After restarting Confluence the thread limit is now recognized. Not sure why it didn't before, but now with identical values and near identical formatting it seems to be working again. Thanks for your help!
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