I'm new to the list, and somewhat new to the whole UML
thing. It's a very intriguing idea, and I plan on
setting up a test box this week.
One question I did have, and I was unable to find the
answer to in the archives, is is it possible to limit
the number of processes that a specific UML is able to
run? The advantage, of course, would be in case one
or more UMLs on a host system have some run-away
processes, which could take the whole host system
down. But if a UML is limited to 100 processes, for
example, then it would (or should) only affect that
UML (or have very little impact on the host system).
I suppose one way to do this would be through the use
of the pam 'login' file, as long as each UML is run
under it's own UID. ANy other ideas or thoughts on
this? Or if this *has* been covered before, a
link/pointer to the appropriate documentation or
articles would be appreciated!
Alan Murrell <silkbc@...>
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