On Tue, 8 Aug 2000, Stuart Midgley wrote:
> To modify the hard limits for your entire system, modify the file
> cat /etc/initscript
> ulimit -Hs 262144
> #Execute the program.
> eval exec "$4"
> Bascially, when all the /etc/rc.d scripts are executed, they will be run
> with stack hardlimit set to 256MB. This includes the login control
> This means that in your .bashrc .cshrc you can do things like
> and get a hard stack size set to 256MB.
What you said is what I wanted to do. However, unfortunately, there is no
file like /etc/initscript on my system. I have tried to locate initscript
to get the following only:
Is there any alternatives for the /etc/initscript ?
For your reference, I am running "RedHat6.2 for Alpha".
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