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modifying stack limits

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The stack limits in Linux may be set within the tcsh or bash shells as follows:

In bash and similar shells you can use theese three commands:

  • ulimit -a
  • ulimit -Ha
  • ulimit -s unlimited
that will respectively print soft limits, hard limits and remove the stack limit.

In tcsh and similar shells the commands would look like this:

  • limit
  • limit -h
  • limit s unlimited
After removing the stack limit try runing your program from the same shell.
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