On Thu, 15 Jul 2004, Greg McRandal wrote:
>> I'm wondering if when you open a file on an NFS share does it count
> against the ulimit of the machine you are on or against the ulimit
> of the machine on which the file resides?
Anyway, answer is most certainly "on the machine the file is opened".
The server doesnt even know the file is opened.
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