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    SubjectRe: [patch 0/3] no MAX_ARG_PAGES -v2
    On 6/13/07, Luck, Tony <tony.luck@intel.com> wrote:
    > Above 5Mbytes, I started seeing problems. The line/word/char
    > counts from "wc" started being "0 0 0". Not sure if this is
    > a problem in "wc" dealing with a single line >5MBytes, or some
    > other problem (possibly I was exceeding the per-process stack
    > limit which is only 8MB on that machine).

    Interesting. If you're exceeding your stack ulimit, you should be
    seeing either an "argument list too long" message or getting a
    SIGSEGV. Have you tried bypassing wc and piping the output straight
    to a file?

    Ollie
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