[clug] Re: Linux max memory per process
pearl.louis at gmail.com
Thu Nov 17 05:10:34 GMT 2005
All fixed now. Thanks to people who pointed out the "filter" option I
stupidly missed on my scan of the gmail page.
I'd like to blame this on the fact that I just had to delete 18 copies
of "Antispam UOL" using gmail's multi-step method of deleting messages
and was overwhelmed with rage. OK, severe annoyance.
On 17/11/05, Pearl Louis <pearl.louis at gmail.com> wrote:
> On a related note, is it possible to ban email addresses?
> petsupermarket at uol.com.br
> Just sent me a dozen emails is relation to my original post. Looks
> like a spammer. Well, either an extremely badly set up
> challenge-response system or a phisher or virus disguised as a very
> badly set up challenge-response system. And after the whole "viruses
> disguised as automatic responses from anti-virus systems" thing,
> there's no way in hell I'm following the instructions on the emails
> from an unfamiliar email address.
> Or at least does anyone know how to ban email addresses using gmail?
> On 17/11/05, Pearl Louis <pearl.louis at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi guys
> > Just a quick question. What is the maximum memory per process that
> > you can have in Linux, both on 32-bit machines and 64-bit machines and
> > for both 2.4 and 2.6 kernels? Also, this limit includes both physical
> > RAM and virtual memory right?
> > Thanks very much!
> > Pearl
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