[Ntop] FreeBSD user/kernel limits
Ggatten at waddell.com
Fri Feb 6 19:52:24 CET 2009
I THINK this may be the reason for some/all of my sig 11's. nTop get's
around 500 - 520MB and dies. My "limits" command shows a "datasize"
limit of around 524MB, and 64MB stack limit. I get this output running
"limits" as root:
Resource limits (current):
cputime infinity secs
filesize infinity kB
datasize 524288 kB
stacksize 65536 kB
coredumpsize infinity kB
memoryuse infinity kB
memorylocked infinity kB
sbsize infinity bytes
vmemoryuse infinity kB
Per BSD docs it says these limits are defined in /etc/login.conf and/or
/$home/.login_conf. I checked these files several times - all values
defined (default) are "unlimited".
Do I need to change something and recompile? I'll keep digging - sysctl
may have the answer.
Any help would be appreciated.
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