[Vm-dev] ulimit rat-rio setting (was Re: [OpenSmalltalk/opensmalltalk-vm] Do not use linux-latest runner, use an older stable version. (#598))
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Wed Sep 29 13:59:29 UTC 2021
A tangential FYI: the Debian packaging will be taking care of this as part
of the installation. Currently it installs the
/etc/security/limits.d/squeak.conf file and I'll look into adding the pam.d
part as well.
Of course if there's a way to get the functionality without the config
tweaking, that would be even better. If not, well that's one of the many
reasons we have packages ;-)
On Wed, Sep 29, 2021 at 2:24 AM Tobias Pape <Das.Linux at gmx.de> wrote:
> > On 29. Sep 2021, at 00:12, tim Rowledge <tim at rowledge.org> wrote:
> > This reminds me to ask (probably again) if anyone actually understands
> ubuntu and getting the rtprio settings to 'take'.
> > I have the suggested /etc/security/limits.d/squeak.conf etc but it
> appears to be ignored - at least the VM complains about it. Since `ulimit
> -a` tells me that rtprio is 0, I suspect it is correct to complain.
> > I've spent way too long trying to make sense of what I find with
> googling. This has been going on for ages (so, yes, the machine has been
> rebooted) and every now and then I try to make some sense of it.
> this file only takes action when pam_limits is used.
> can you grep your /etc/pam.d for limits?
> Best regards
> PS: I hate to say it, but it seems the neat architecture of the
> heartbeat-VM is not appreciated by
> current linux distros. There is just too much to do for the average
> user to make use of it.
> Also, users need some kind of Root to be able to enable the rtprio,
> which is not a good idea.
> Is there any way to get away without changing rtprio?
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