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SubjectRe: MAX_ARG_PAGES has no effect?
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Ingo Molnar <mingo@elte.hu> writes:
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> MAX_ARG_PAGES should work just fine. I think the 'getconf ARG_MAX'
> output is hardcoded. (because the kernel does not provide the
> information dynamically)

Perhaps it would be a good idea to make it a sysctl. Is there
any reason it should be hardcoded? I cannot think of any.

Ok if someone lowers the sysctl then execve has to handle
the case of the args/environment possibly not fitting anymore,
but that should be easy.

-Andi
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