this has me puzzled: I want to see the resource limits
(rlimits) for some _other_ process. is there a command,
file (e.g., in /proc ?), or system call that will let me
do this. Linux 2.6.4 (SUSE 9.1).
bash(1)'s ‘ulimit’ command, and the getrlimit(2) system
call, can only examine the current (calling) process.
I want to peek (for debugging purposes) at some other
poor bugger. (and I want the rlimits, not the rusage.)
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