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Linux: Setting memlock when using encrypted database
Encrypted database uses extensively sodium library which requires high values of locked memory limits.
memlock refers to memory that will not be paged out, and it's limit can be viewed usign
The modification of
memlock limit settings can be achieved by in running session with
Example, for 1MB limit:
prlimit -p pid --memlock 1MB:1MB
Persistant settings can be achieved by adding to
/etc/security/limits.conf the following:
* soft memlock 1000 * hard memlock 1000