Thanks very much for the response. And I'm sorry, because I omitted
something important in my original mail. My users operate on a
restricted shell that allows them change password only so they rarely
login. They connect over secure ftp clients from their desktops for
uploading and downloading.
This is why I was focusing on the sshd config - they don't log in to
invoke their shell.
Cian Cullinan wrote:
> As far as I know you can't do this with sshd_config, but you could try
> setting the "ulimit -f" for just the relevant users accounts.
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