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Re: [opensuse] Leap 42.3
Am 13.09.2017 um 20:46 schrieb Aaron Digulla:
Another possible reason is that you don't have enough processes. Chrome
renders each tab in a different process. That means chrome needs a ton
of entries in the process table. To see how many you have, use:
To fix this, add these two lines to /etc/security/limits.conf:

* hard nproc 1700
* soft nproc 1200

Thanks for all your responses! Today I got another core-dump:

Sep 18 11:54:51 c-web1 kernel: mmap: chromium (8060): VmData 2147631104 exceed
data ulimit 2147483647. Update limits or use boot option ignore_rlimit_data.
Sep 18 11:54:51 c-web1 kernel: do_trap: 117 callbacks suppressed
Sep 18 11:54:51 c-web1 kernel: traps: chromium[8060] trap int3 ip:5630a8cc7d7e
sp:7ffe4b3e3610 error:0
Sep 18 11:54:52 c-web1 systemd-coredump[14985]: Process 8060 (chromium) of user
1027 dumped core.

In my Leap 42.3 installation the values you suggested for
/etc/security/limits.conf were already set. I have now increased them to
2200/2000, I wonder if that PC now stops core-dumping.

Best regards
Johannes Weberhofer
Weberhofer GmbH, Austria, Vienna

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