- From: Allen Kistler <ackistler@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 17:22:14 GMT
Steven Borrelli wrote:
How can I (being root) prevent other users from changing their ulimit?
I know this is possible in UNIX, but I'm not sure about Linux (i.e.
Slackware, SUSE). By the way, how would I do it in UNIX? (i.e.
Solaris, Darwin, or FreeBSD)
limits.conf lives in /etc/security usually.
It applies (or could apply, depending on configuration) to any user.
It's not dependent on shell. You can use the shell ulimit command to
change soft limits, like a previous poster said, but hard limits are
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