[Samba] Can one set limits on new core dump?
roamdad at sonic.net
Fri May 12 16:01:31 GMT 2006
Mostly my fault. I switched over from idmap_ad from xos
to the relatively new option idmap backend = ad several months ago
around svn 12802 or maybe even earlier. Didn't delete the
old ad.so in lib/idmap so I could go back if I wanted.
Then forgot about it.
I've been running svn 12802 without any issue, but last night
I went to svn 15162 and filled up the volume with core dumps
while I was getting some coffee.
Everything is OK now that I deleted it.
Of course, you might be curious why it loaded? I still have
some cores and panic output.
And of course I'm curious why you're overriding my ulimit,
and what I might do to override your override during normal
Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
> Doug, I'm more interested in why winbindd is seg
> faulting in the SAMBA_3_0 tree. Can you give me more
> Doug VanLeuven wrote:
>> Sorry Jeff, been there, done that, if you'd read the whole post.
>> Jeff Saxton wrote:
>>> man ulimit
>>> hint: ulimit -c
>>> Doug VanLeuven wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> Is there anyway to limit the new core dumping panics?
>>>> Can't find anything on it. (If I'd only looked in that ...)
>>>> Was my mistake, but winbindd filled up an entire volume
>>>> and froze out every process writing to that drive.
>>>> I started it from a shell and my soft limit is
>>>> already zero. (ulimit -S -c 0)
>>>> FC4 2.6.16-1.2069 smp, gcc 4.0.2-8
>>>> samba 3.0.23pre2-SVN-build-15162
>>>> Regards, Doug
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