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I would like to set some hard limits for some developmental testing I am doing using quota tools and what not. In limits.conf I have the following:

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@dev hard cpu 0.30
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Assuming I am, once I write these changes no limits seem to be enforced. Are these values cached in the memory and a reboot is needed for them to take effect?

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