ulimit setting on debian vm


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I have a debian 10 vm running on my unraid box and one app (within debian) complains that there's not enough lockable memory:


WARNING: You may not have a high enough lockable memory limit, see ulimit -l

the output of

ulimit -l

is 64.

Google tells me to change the "max locked memory" limit in /etc/security/limits.conf, but after doing this and rebooting it doesn't change.


Is this a setting in the way I set up the VM on unraid, or is this just a debian setting?

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