I'm trying to limit the memory usage of firefox to prevent it from stalling the whole system with problematic web sites. I tried, in bash: (ulimit -d 1000; firefox) & This should limit the ...
$ ulimit unlimited $ sleep 2 && killall -SEGV cat &  11358 $ cat Segmentation fault $ ulimit -c unlimited $ ulimit unlimited $ sleep 2 && killall -SEGV cat &  11462 $ cat ...
Does “ulimit -Su” limit the number of user processes created in interactive login subshells and tmux sessions created therein?
A few months ago, I wrote a set of bash scripts utilizing tmux to create a simple IDE on an AIX 7.1 server. There is a bug in one of my scripts that will sometimes generate user processes very rapidly ...
I've posted a question about this few hours ago on Stack Overflow: Linux bash inline command to execute a program and limit the resource As I know, to limit the resource I can use ulimit ...