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SubjectRe: mke2fs (and mkreiserfs) core dumps
Hi,

> If you don't have any "ulimit" calls in the login, it should also be OK.
> It's just that some vendor startup scripts set a ulimit for non-root
> users. Trying to set it back to "unlimited" doesn't work.
>
> Cheers, Andreas

Not exactly, there's a trap: Some models have a
/etc/security/limits.conf which might ulimit some stuff even though you
don't have any direct calls to ulimit. I had already encountered this
several times and wondered if I might consider this a misbehavior.
Anyway, these limits don't apply to root then in the model. I don't know
if this problem is based on that.

Thunder
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