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Old 07-28-2009, 02:08 AM   #1
initpidzero
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core dump file size exceeds limit with ulimit -f unlimited.


Hi all,
I have asked same question on mailing list, but couldn't find any useful answers, so I am re-posting it here, hope its not considered as cross-posting.

for ulimit -c 10 -f 10, the core dump size is 10240,
but for ulimit -c 10 -f unlimited core dump file size is 12288. This seems to be incorrect behavior.
Has anyone seen such problem? this problem was discussed at few places, but i couldn't find anything specific on this problem?

If someone can point out sources, where i can look for code related to same?
 
  


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