limit nofile has no effect?
Scott James Remnant
scott at netsplit.com
Tue Jun 14 01:15:41 UTC 2011
For the same reason that cron and atd currently are
On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 5:12 PM, Steve Langasek
<steve.langasek at ubuntu.com>wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> On Wed, Jun 01, 2011 at 11:13:44AM -0700, Scott James Remnant wrote:
> > On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 10:54 AM, Steve Langasek
> > <steve.langasek at ubuntu.com>wrote:
> > > James, Scott, has any thought been given to including uid/gid or
> > > as verbs in upstart jobs? Seems to me this would be perfectly
> > > with the existing umask, nice, oom, chroot, and limit verbs.
> > My stated opinion is that a "user" verb in upstart jobs should begin a
> > session - which seems to be not what you want ;-)
> Why should upstart ever be involved with starting PAM sessions? The very
> idea makes me uncomfortable from a PAM perspective; it may just be my lack
> of imagination, but I can't imagine a reason for an upstart job to
> correspond to a PAM service. OTOH, my imagination is working just fine in
> coming up with ways that an init system playing with pam can go horribly
> wrong. ;)
> (Example: libpam occasionally adds new symbols that modules then depend on.
> Upgrading libpam therefore requires restarting any processes that have the
> library loaded persistently. upstart doesn't currently save state on
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