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Re: set coredumpsize in bash?

i use ulimit to do the job. i believe the command is ulimit -c ..it would
apply to all shells .. (man ulimit or man builtins or man bash it may be
in any/all of those man pages)

my defaults for ulimit:

core file size (blocks)     0
data seg size (kbytes)      unlimited
file size (blocks)          unlimited
max locked memory (kbytes)  unlimited
max memory size (kbytes)    24000
open files                  256
pipe size (512 bytes)       8
stack size (kbytes)         8192
cpu time (seconds)          unlimited
max user processes          12
virtual memory (kbytes)     24000


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On Wed, 3 Nov 1999, jack wrote:

> hi,
> limit coredumpsize in csh or tcsh is easy as limit coredumpsize 0.  How
> can I do the same thing with bash?
> tia,
> jack
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