On Wed, 19 May 2004 16:16:10 +0100, Bryan O'Donoghue <bryano at europlex.ie>
> What I'd like to be able to do, is to run a process maybe within another
> process or with a kernel parameter set somewhere, which says that
> process (x) can't consume more then n bytes/kilobytes/megabytes of
> memory and to terminate it's execution if said process does try to
> consume more then that defined limit.
ulimit within a shell.
this should work for you. the difficult case, is limiting the
programs memory without killing it.
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