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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have seen two different ways for changing the ulimit for a user in aix. Which one is better?
fsize = -1
data = -1
stack = -1
fsize_hard = -1
nofiles = -1
nofiles_hard = -1
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Discussion started by: cokedude
I am testing sudo and I want to test it. Can anyone please let me know few commands (of course other than shutdown, reboot etc. as I can't reboot the box) on AIX that can be run by ROOT only.
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Discussion started by: prvnrk
3. Red Hat
The root user runs the following
ulimit -a | grep open
and gets a result of
open files (-n) 8162
A user runs the same command and gets a result of
open files (-n) 2500
How can you set the ulimit of the user to... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: jsanders
4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I've been through many threads before i decide to create a separate thread.
I can't really find the solution to my (simple) problem.
Here's what I'm trying to achieve:
As "canar" user I want to run a command, let's say "/opt/ocaml/bin/ocaml" as "duck" user.
The only to achieve this is to... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: canar
I'm newbee to AIX and would like to setup a process which kills 1 Hr. ideal users from smit. Please advise for making it work. :)
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Discussion started by: sumit30
How to block the root user login in system direct console. Users should login with non-root ids themselves and then use the su command to become root. Which configuration file i need to check and disable it. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: kmvinay
How can I setup the ulimit for memory permanent
ulimit -m unlimited
ulimit -a Output from the ulimit command should be similar to the following:time(seconds) unlimited
stack(kbytes) 32768... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: filosophizer
I cannt use 'su' to login to root or any other users though everything seems ok. I read some articles that says if you do recursive chmod 777 on /usr it can create this problem.
I did the same. can anybody tell me how to repair it. Any ideas will be appreciated.
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Discussion started by: itesh.dash
how to set the ulimit on AIX 5.2 version? (3 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
As a regular (non-root) user on Unix servers I'm accustomed to changing my .profile file to set paths that I frequently use, etc.
I am trying to learn unix and set up a test server running SunOS 5.8. When I login as root I don't see a .profile file that belongs to root wherein I could change the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: FredSmith