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    >    Except that I construct attacks to use massive amounts of AVL tree
    > space. Very easily in fact. On something like an appliance with
    > 8Mb of RAM that makes the AVL setup a non solution and something
    > better is needed
    >
    > It stands to argue that the same can be done for vm_area_structs's, so
    > why don't we punt those from the mm subsystem?

    1. Its a local not a remote attack
    2. The folks trying to make Linux totally bulletproof to local attack
    are accounting vm_area_structs



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