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Re: GCC 3.3.4 setting Stack and Heap

From: Paul Pluzhnikov
Subject: Re: GCC 3.3.4 setting Stack and Heap
Date: 26 Nov 2004 15:50:04 -0800
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Dave Dons <> writes:

> Help appreciated setting stack (and heap) in GCC Linux:

On Linux, the kernel controls max size of your stack and heap via
resource limits (man getrlimit, man ulimit). 

There is simply no place in the ELF executable to record what your
*desired* limits are, but if there was a place, the kernel would
have disregarded this info anyway (if it were not so, you could do a
trivial DOS attack by simply compiling an exe with a huge heap/stack

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