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Old 4th May 2013
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Default increasing qemu memory

I need to run qemu with 20G ram for development reasons

I added myself to staff users, edited login.conf for unlimited values, log out/log back in and still can't change /bin/ksh ulimit -d unlimited it's fixed on a max amount. Qemu will only start with max 512m ram. My system has 32G and nothing except base + qemu package installed. Tried changing ulimit -d in bsh was also getting the 'exceeds limits' error.

Anybody else have this problem? Do I have to make a malloc.conf memory entry or something
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