Limit memory allocation for processes?
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2004 20:53:24 +0200
Is it possible to limit the maximum memory allocation for 32 bit processes
on Redhat Linux/Fedora?
Does that require to recompile a kernel or can this be done from a system
I'm looking for the same functionality as some UNIX variants offer.
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