"ulimit -s" has no effect?
mac at dgp.toronto.edu
Thu Feb 5 05:34:00 CET 2004
I use this simple test in Python:
Now, my understanding is that I get the segfault when Python overruns the C
stack. Naturally the last number printed should go up when I increase the
stack size in the shell before calling Python, by using "ulimit -s <number
of k>". But this seems to not be the case. Whatever value I use with
ulimit, Python always segfaults at the same recursion depth. Any advice on
how to get things to work proper with this?
% python -V
% uname -a
Linux isildur 2.4.24-1-686 #1 ...
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