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    SubjectQuestion regarding userland stack on Linux
    Hi

    How big could a user land stack be on Linux? I
    understand that the stack pointer grows donward from
    3GB(typically).

    How much can it grow downward? Can I control the size
    of the stack? What is the default size of the stack?
    If I outgrow this, do I get a segv? Is this
    information i.e. (lowest stack address permissible)
    available via current?


    Thanks





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