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How to Set the Maximum Memory a Process can Use at the OS Level

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1 Mar 2007CPOL2 min read
Describes how to use WIN32 methods, and the concepts of Jobs to set a hard limit on the amount of memory a process can use. Also, provides a C# wrapper around the PInvoke calls.

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