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    SubjectRe: uml-patch-2.5.49-1
    > One reason I can think of is that it prevents 'stupid things' happening
    > under a copy of UML from killing the OS UML is running under... Eg. if a
    > process is running under UML because it's not trusted and then turns into
    > a forkbomb, you don't want that taking down the host OS.

    You could limit that with an appropiate ulimit.

    Also a 'mm-bomb' could be similarly deadly without appropiate host limits.

    -Andi
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