To set the limits for the data segment size of each processes started by the Wrapper.
As an alternative to the Wrapper properties, you can also use the built-in 'ulimit' command within the shell script that launches the Wrapper.
The shell's resource limits will be inherited by the Wrapper, the Java application and all its child processes.
# Set the soft limit for the number of file descriptors:
ulimit -n 2048
# Set the hard limit for the number of file descriptors:
ulimit -H -n 50000
The range of allowed values may vary depending on the OS and the type of resource.
Some systems will allow the value 'unlimited' to be set for certain resources while others won't accept this value.
When set to TRUE, the property tells the Wrapper to stop if it is not possible to set the limit for the specified resource as defined in the configuration.
If the value is FALSE, an attempt will be made to adjust the hard and soft limits as close as possible to the configured values.
A warning will be shown and the Wrapper will continue. Being not strict can be useful when the same configuration needs to be used
on several machines set up with different resource limits. The Wrapper will however stop in case of incorrect configuration such as
when both the hard and soft limits are specified with the soft limit being higher than the hard limit.
The default value is TRUE.
Controls at which log level resource limits will be logged.