CS631 -- Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment
We often notice that resources are limited in
one way or another. For example, we've seen
the limitations on filenames or open file
descriptors. Now consider the process
- How many variables can you place into the environment?
- Is there a limit on how big the value of a single environment variable can be?
- How does increasing either or both of
these numbers affect the current process or
any child processes created?
See also: sudo:
unable to execute <command>: success