According to Debian policy, limits for both UID and GID numbers (User IDs and Group IDs) are a maximum of 65535. Is there a way of increasing this limit?
on 09/16/2009 – Made popular on 09/16/2009
I'm studying for RHCSA and am confused by a statement I came across in some training material:
There is no practical maximum RAM, as theoretically, you could run 128 TB of RAM on RHEL 6. But that's just theory. The maximum RAM supported by Red Hat on RHEL 6 is 16 GB on 32-bit systems and 2 TB on 64-bit systems.
this could also be for Admin and or System levels
I have been using inode limits and the accounts are set to suspend at limit But its not happening
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