On Tue, 2003-02-18 at 17:10, chkno wrote:
> What defines ulimit -d's upper limit?

MAXDSIZ. It defaults to 512Mb. It can be raised by setting it in the
kernel configuration, or adding


In your /boot/loader.conf file. Replace 524288 with whatever limit you
want, but don't go above 2^31-1. FreeBSD uses signed ints for this
value, so the results are interesting ...

Duncan Anker

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