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Re: pam_limits not effective



As i understand, there are problems with setting limits via pam.
Please, search this list for details - problem and its reasons were
discussed.

2005/11/8, Hannes Krueger <Hannes Krueger uibk ac at>:
> Hi out there,
>
> I tried to set some hard memory limits using /etc/secutity/limits.conf
> I set hard limits for my user for rss, data, stack, memlock 1000
> I also set a maxlogins of 4.
> I added "session required pam_limits.so" to /etc/pam.d/xdm and login.
>
> I was able to verify that the maxlogins limit works.
> all other limits seem to be without effect.
>
> Is there anything else to do?
> Are there any special requirements to the kernel?
>
> I'm using 2.6.5-7.201-default (Suse kernel)
>
> # Class Based Kernel Resource Management
> #
> CONFIG_CKRM=y
> CONFIG_RCFS_FS=m
> CONFIG_CKRM_TYPE_TASKCLASS=y
> CONFIG_CKRM_RES_NUMTASKS=m
> CONFIG_CKRM_CPU_SCHEDULE=y
> # CONFIG_CKRM_CPU_SCHEDULE_AT_BOOT is not set
> CONFIG_CKRM_RES_BLKIO=y
> CONFIG_CKRM_TYPE_SOCKETCLASS=y
> CONFIG_CKRM_RBCE=m
> CONFIG_CKRM_CRBCE=m
> CONFIG_DELAY_ACCT=y
> CONFIG_KALLSYMS=y
> CONFIG_FUTEX=y
> CONFIG_EPOLL=y
> CONFIG_IOSCHED_NOOP=y
> CONFIG_IOSCHED_AS=y
> CONFIG_IOSCHED_DEADLINE=y
> CONFIG_IOSCHED_CFQ=y
> CONFIG_IOSCHED_PS=y
> # CONFIG_CC_OPTIMIZE_FOR_SIZE is not set
>
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