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I have a DECstation 5000 240 running Ultrix V4.3A and would like to know how configure it to prevent users logging into it from running large jobs or maybe just jobs in general.

Thanks for any help :)
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for (t)csh or zsh see  build-in command: limit
for (k)sh see build-in command: ulimit
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