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core file size limit = 0 via GoGlobal login on Linux 9 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
Hi,

I use GoGlobal version 2.2.4.929 on Linux.
If I use telnet to login to the Linux host then
the command "ulimit -c" reports "unlimited".
If I login to the same Linux host using GoGlobal
and open a xterm then the command "ulimit -c" reports
"0". This behaviour is equal for all users.
I have the command "ulimit -c unlimited" in profile
and get the error message:

ksh: <homedir>/.profile[pid]: ulimit: exceeds allowable limit

Why GoGlobal sets the core file size limit to 0?
Is there any way to change this behaviour?

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TIA Roland
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Re: core file size limit = 0 via GoGlobal login on Linux 9 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 2
Roland,

Check the ${GOGLOBAL_ROOT}/etc/goglobalux script for the following:

Code:

     base=gold
     ulimit -c 0
     [ "$BOOTUP" = "verbose" ] && echo -n " $base"



You can comment out the ulimit here. I think that this was included based on a normal skeleton of such an initialization script and that the logic was that daemons generally shouldn't be leaving core files around.

I have filed a bug against this in the hopes that we can correct it in a future release, however, removing or commenting out that line should make this work the way you're expecting.

Please let us know if you have any further problems.

Thanks,
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