On Wed, 26 Sep 2001, Kiril Vidimce wrote:
> Yeah, I know, but we would like to avoid building a
custom kernel. If
> we do end up going this route, I wonder if there is
a limit for
> MAX_ARG_PAGES. Any idea? I think 128 pages (512K)
would be sufficient
> for our needs.
I am guessing that you want to avoid a custom kernel
in order that your programs shall be portable.
So, I am having a hard time understanding why putting
the command line args into a file instead of on the
command line, in a way similar to grep and many other
"fgrep -F patternfile"
would not answer the case.
Is there any absolute need to have so many args passed
to exec from the command line?
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