In this chapter, we became very familiar with the kernel and user limitations enforced within Linux. These settings become very useful as any application that utilizes many resources will eventually run into one of these.
In the next chapter, we will be focusing on a very common but very tricky issue. We will focus on troubleshooting and identifying the cause of a system running out of memory. When a system runs out of memory, there are a lot of consequences such as application processes being killed.