Is it possible to change the soft - and hard limit of a specific process? In my case, my process is mongod and a lot of web resources tell me to simply execute: ulimit -n <my new value> My ...
I have a standard Linux (Debian testing) laptop, with a swap partition. I do a lot of experiments with it. Some of them are really memory hungry and the way Linux behaves by default is an issue for ...
SERVER:/etc # ulimit -a core file size (blocks, -c) 0 data seg size (kbytes, -d) unlimited file size (blocks, -f) unlimited pending signals (-i) 96069 ...
When I use ulimit -s to change the per-process stack size, it only lasts for that login; if I restart the setting is lost. How can I permanently change the maximum stack size on my system?
I'm looking for a way to limit a processes disk io to a set speed limit. Ideally the program would work similar to this: $ limitio --pid 32423 --write-limit 1M Limiting process 32423 to 1 megabyte ...