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SubjectRe: can't mlockall() more than 128MB, is this a kernel limitiation ?
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> IMHO, an ordinary user may only lock a limited amount of memory. Maybe it is 
> wise to specify a certain amount which may *not* be locked. This memory is
> reserved for the rest of the processes.

Right now Linux isnt tracking per user resources. You need the beancounter
addons to implement per user memory like that

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