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    SubjectRe: Some questions about linux kernel.
    On Sat, 11 Mar 2000, Khimenko Victor wrote:

    > Ok. This discussion is serveral YEARS old. So do not hold you
    > breath. There were lots and lots of discussion about this and
    > fewdifferent patches are floating around for ages (in 2.2.15pre
    > some OOM patches was tried; perhaps 2.2.15 will include one of
    > them). But ALL patches are designed to help in case of run-away
    > process and NOT protect against malicious user.
    >
    > P.S. Of course if you'll be able to cook up patch and solve this
    > outstanding problem still not solved after few years of
    > exercises by Linux's memory wizards you are welcome. Just don't
    > think it's so easy :-(

    On the contrary, putting together a solution to this
    problem is easy. The problem has been that people don't
    understand the issues involved and start a flamewar as
    soon as a patch (re)surfaces.

    Also, making a solution that everybody agrees with seems
    to be impossible in this situation :)

    regards,

    Rik
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