> > This is why you mainly find per-process stuff in all the limits.
> > Linux has had (for a while now) a "struct user" that is actually quickly
> > accessible through a direct pointer off every process that is associated
> > with that user, and we could (and _will_) start adding these kinds of
> > limits. However, part of the problem is that because the limits haven't
> > historically existed, there is also no accepted and nice way of setting
> > the limits.
> So when you do impose this, where will it be setable, will there be a flat file in /etc
> like solaris, or compile time for the kernel?
Why wouldn't it be like most parameters in Linux,
e.g. dynamically adjustable via a sysctl or /proc?
IMHO, of course...
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