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SubjectRe: [RFC] a question about stack size form /proc/pid/task/child pid/limits
On 09/06/2017 04:14 AM, Xishi Qiu wrote:
> Hi, I find if I use a defined stack size to create a child thread,
> then the max stack size from /proc/pid/task/child pid/limits still
> shows "Max stack size 8388608", it doesn't update to
> the user defined size, is it a problem?

This reflects the maximum stack size of the main thread after execve.
The size of the stack of the current thread is a separate matter; it can
be located anywhere in the process image and much smaller or larger than
the maximum size of the initial stack of the main thread.


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