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Hi!

When executing the following program my system simply stops when it runs out
of space.

#include <stdio.h>
#define K 1024
#define M (1020*K)
#define N 128
char a[N*M];

main()
{
long i;

for(i=0;i<(N*M);i++)
a[i]=i%100;
}

I'm running kernel 1.99.7 and I tried setting my resource limits. I had
datasize as well as memorylock and memoryuse set to 10KB. But this process
had >20MB when I killed it. What can I do to stop users from executing those
jobs?

Michael
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