[kwlug-disc] Rocket Stick.
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Mon Jun 15 09:33:46 EDT 2009
I have a red rocket stick for sale ( Never Used ).. I paid $150 something at
future shop for a novatel 2-3 months ago. Hoooked it up to rogers network,
it broke a month later. I called rogers to send me a new one which they did
( the little red one ), I lost my job, and can no longer afford it. Make me
From: "Chris Irwin" <chris at chrisirwin.ca>
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2009 8:45 AM
To: "KWLUG discussion" <kwlug-disc at kwlug.org>
Subject: Re: [kwlug-disc] Clock-time limits
> On Sun, Jun 14, 2009 at 22:19, Andrew Kohlsmith (Mailing List
> Account)<aklists at mixdown.ca> wrote:
>> On May 6, 2009 07:31:15 pm Chris Irwin wrote:
>>> List, is there a way to limit the amount of clock-time a program is
>>> allowed to run?
>>> I currently use offlineimap via cron to cache my mail locally. It
>>> unfortunately seems to have a habit of becoming unresponsive if it
>>> happens to be active when I suspend/resume my laptop (probably the
>>> network disappearing). This then causes me to not (locally) receive any
>>> mail as when spawned by cron again it bails out due to the existing
>>> I could add 'pkill offlineimap' to the start of my wrapper script, but
>>> was hoping for something more elegant.
>> ulimit -t sounds like what you're looking for.
>> man bash, search for ulimit. I use this to test fork bombs. :-)
> ulimit only limits CPU time, I'm more interested in wall time. It can
> take a long time for a non-responsive but non-CPU-intensive
> application to hit 5 minutes of CPU time.
> Khalid's posted solution with `at` was the best for my purposes, and I
> am currently using it.
> Chris Irwin
> <chris at chrisirwin.ca>
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