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The functions and macros listed in this chapter give information about configuration parameters of the operating system--for example, capacity limits, presence of optional POSIX features, and the default path for executable files (see section 31.12 String-Valued Parameters).
31.1 General Capacity Limits Constants and functions that describe various process-related limits that have one uniform value for any given machine. 31.2 Overall System Options Optional POSIX features. 31.3 Which Version of POSIX is Supported Version numbers of POSIX.1 and POSIX.2. 31.4 Using
Getting specific configuration values of general limits and system options. 31.5 Minimum Values for General Capacity Limits Minimum values for general limits.
31.6 Limits on File System Capacity Size limitations that pertain to individual files. These can vary between file systems or even from file to file. 31.7 Optional Features in File Support Optional features that some files may support. 31.8 Minimum Values for File System Limits Minimum values for file limits. 31.9 Using
Getting the limit values for a particular file.
31.10 Utility Program Capacity Limits Capacity limits of some POSIX.2 utility programs. 31.11 Minimum Values for Utility Limits Minimum allowable values of those limits.
31.12 String-Valued Parameters Getting the default search path.
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