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SubjectRe: Ideas for the oom problem
Rik van Riel wrote:
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> On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, james wrote:
>
> > Here are my ideas on how too deal with the oom situation,
>
> > I propose a three prong approach too this problem
>
> Isn't that a bit much for an emergency situation that never
> even occurs on most systems ?

I've been using our internal tree for my testing, and I'm reluctant to let my
experiences there cause me to draw conclusions about other trees. So, will
you please tell me which version of the kernel you think has a vm that only
triggers the oom killer in emergency situations so I can test it here to see
if you are right?

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