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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/26] Permit filesystem local caching
On Jan 15, 2008, at 18:46, David Howells wrote:
> (*) 01-keys-inc-payload.diff
> (*) 02-keys-search-keyring.diff
> (*) 03-keys-callout-blob.diff

One vaguely related question: Is there presently any way to adjust
the per-user max-key-data limit? I've been tinkering with using the
new-ish MIT kerberos "KEYRING:" credentials-cache code to hold keys
for persistent daemons. Unfortunately "root" keeps hitting the limit
even with only about 16 keys allocated across a few sessions. After
perusing the docs I can't find any documentation on adjusting the

I'd really like some way to specifically allow root to allocate up to
several megs worth of non-swappable key data, although I suppose just
increasing the global limit slightly wouldn't be bad either. If such
functionality already exists then I'd appreciate a pointer to it (and
possibly respond in kind with documentation patches).

Kyle Moffett

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