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-pam_limits — PAM module to limit resources
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-DESCRIPTION
-
-The pam_limits PAM module sets limits on the system resources that can be
-obtained in a user-session. Users of uid=0 are affected by this limits, too.
-
-By default limits are taken from the /etc/security/limits.conf config file.
-Then individual files from the /etc/security/limits.d/ directory are read. The
-files are parsed one after another in the order of "C" locale. The effect of
-the individual files is the same as if all the files were concatenated together
-in the order of parsing. If a config file is explicitely specified with a
-module option then the files in the above directory are not parsed.
-
-The module must not be called by a multithreaded application.
-
-If Linux PAM is compiled with audit support the module will report when it
-denies access based on limit of maximum number of concurrent login sessions.
-
-OPTIONS
-
-change_uid
-
- Change real uid to the user for who the limits are set up. Use this option
- if you have problems like login not forking a shell for user who has no
- processes. Be warned that something else may break when you do this.
-
-conf=/path/to/limits.conf
-
- Indicate an alternative limits.conf style configuration file to override
- the default.
-
-debug
-
- Print debug information.
-
-utmp_early
-
- Some broken applications actually allocate a utmp entry for the user before
- the user is admitted to the system. If some of the services you are
- configuring PAM for do this, you can selectively use this module argument
- to compensate for this behavior and at the same time maintain system-wide
- consistency with a single limits.conf file.
-
-noaudit
-
- Do not report exceeded maximum logins count to the audit subsystem.
-
-EXAMPLES
-
-These are some example lines which might be specified in /etc/security/
-limits.conf.
-
-* soft core 0
-* hard rss 10000
-@student hard nproc 20
-@faculty soft nproc 20
-@faculty hard nproc 50
-ftp hard nproc 0
-@student - maxlogins 4
-
-