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    SubjectRe: [2.4.18] Security: Process-Killer if machine get's out of memory
    Alan Cox wrote:
    >>>At the point you hit OOM every possible heuristic is simply handwaving that
    >>>will work for a subset of the user base. Fix the real problem and it goes
    >>>away.
    >>
    >>On the other hand - nobody is perfect and there can be such situations.
    >
    >
    > My system cannot (short of a bug) go OOM. Thats what the new overcommit
    > mode 2/3 ensures

    How does a process react that doesn't get no more memory?


    Regards,
    Andreas Hartmann

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