1. C

    Solved Setting ulimit -s results in segmentation fault - expected behaviour or a bug?

    Hi, I recently moved few of my Plex systems to FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE-p1 and noticed that the startup script tries to enforce a stack size of 3000 using ulimit: root@abyss:~ # grep -i ulimit /usr/local/etc/rc.d/plexmediaserver_plexpass ulimit -s 3000 So when I try to start/stop/restart it...
  2. daudo

    Solved "su -m" vs. login classes

    a rather basic question, but somehow I seem to be unable to solve it ... After installing textproc/apache-solr and then starting it, it complains like this: root@gwendolin:~ # service solr start *** [WARN] *** Your Max Processes Limit is currently 8499. It should be set to 65000 to avoid...
  3. J

    Solved What happens when Stack Size full?

    Hi, everyone. I have a question about stack size. I have a system that has 512m of stack size. user@myhost:/ % ulimit -a | grep stack stack size (kbytes, -s) 524288 What happens when this stack size is full? And how can I catch this status for a process? Thanks.
  4. Petr Fischer

    Linux compatibility layer - ulimit - pthread_setschedparam failed: Operation not permitted

    Hello, I need to run some smalltalk VM, that uses thread for "heartbeat", and when I run this binary (VM), this error occurs: pthread_setschedparam failed: Operation not permitted Advice from VM developers are (this is advice for Linux!): 1) add file to dir /etc/security/limits.d/ with this...