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[opensuse] How can I get unlimited core file size when booting openSUSE?
I am using openSUSE 13.2 x64.

I want to change core file size to unlimited.


I changed /etc/security/limits.conf.

* soft core unlimited


And reboot openSUSE, but I got that core file size is 0.

ulimit -c
0


I wrote "ulimit -c unlimited" in ~/.bashrc,
so I got unlimited core file size.

ulimit -c
unlimited


But I want to get unlimited core file size when booting openSUSE.

(Especially, I want to debug daemons...)



How can I get unlimited core file size when booting openSUSE?

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