Hot to know system wide shell variable?

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I'm developping an daemon application using Redhat 7.2, and having
My application still contains bugs, so I need cores to debug. 
When the program is run from logged-in shell(bash), it dumps core but
when it runs from system boot script, it doesn't dump core.

What I suspect is, that for log-in shell ulimit -c is set to unlimited
for sure, but for system wide setting, ulimit -c might be set to
different value.

So, what I want to know are : 

How do I see a system wide value of ulimit -c ?
How do I set system wide value of ulimit -c ?

Thanks in advance for your help.


Masahide Tomita <m-tomita@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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