I can reproduce this as well -- ask if you need details
I need details.
I can not set setrlimit() on x86_64 (only on i386). There are traces:
WARNING: try to set setrlimit(RLIMIT_MEMLOCK,64*1024*1024)
service_main(): 798: errno=1: WARNING: Cannot set RLIMIT_MEMLOCK 64*1024*1024
service_main(): 803: errno=1: WARNING: Cannot set RLIMIT_MEMLOCK 32*1024*1024
started as 'root': errno == 1 == EPERM
EPERM A non-superuser tries to use setrlimit() to increase the soft or
hard limit above the current hard limit, or a superuser tries to
increase RLIMIT_NOFILE above the current kernel maximum.
If I try getrlimit():
+PID=17388: cfr-ntpd.PRO: ntpd.c: service_main(): 785: errno=107: WARNING:
getrlimit(): .rlim_cur=>32768< .rlim_max=>32768<
*** Bug 156939 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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*** Bug 179914 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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