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I have made my homework and (almost) found what each option does. Also, I've noted that there is more options in /etc/security/limits.conf than it appears with ulimit -a. Therefore, I've only documented the latter here. Of course, everyone is invited to enrich this answer! core file size (blocks, -c) The maximum size of core files created. Core ...


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As you didn't mention what's your exact problem with limitation in Linux so it would be hard to fix it. You use ulimit -a for check all of you limitation in OS. Also you can change every limitation you have ( you can decrease it not increase except root can do anything ) Try to look at man ulimit to find out which option you need to change.


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You need the user part at the start, and the wrong way around, should be: * soft nproc 65535 * hard nproc 65535 * soft nofile 65535 * hard nofile 65535



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