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SubjectRe: resource limits bug
On Tue, Sep 07, 1999 at 10:28:55PM -0700, Raymond Nijssen wrote:
> Is the above correct given that /usr/include/resourcebits.h still defines
> struct rlimit { long int rlim_cur; long int rlim_max; } ?

glibc also needs to be fixed. it shouldn't cause any trouble because there's
no sensible reason for setting a limit negative (apart from RLIM_INFINITY
which will still work.)

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