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Bug#27199: marked as done (lshell fails to set limits in many cases)

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Subject: lshell fails to set limits in many cases, default limits too low
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Package: lshell
Architecture: i386
Version: 2.01-9

* lshell doesn't set the memory limit at all. Try 'sort /dev/zero' to
  deplete all memory and swap.

* lshell doesn't set limits for processes a user starts via cron or a
  cgi script. Try making a cron job for 'sort /dev/zero' or a cgi script to=
  do the same. Also try making a forkbombing/fd eating cgi script or cron j=

* lshell fails to set reasonable default limits for file descriptors. Some
  programs (most notably Netscape) which need many file descriptors for
  network operations will fail without warning, often giving bogus error

Brian Ristuccia

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This package was removed from Debian unstable a while ago because it
was not maintained anymore.

Martin Michlmayr

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