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SubjectRe: Avoiding OOM on overcommit...?
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orc@pell.portland.or.us (david parsons) said:
> In article <linux.kernel.45hadsgku4f59qae3ouohgbk7k4p6lc5os@4ax.com>,
> James Sutherland <jas88@cam.ac.uk> wrote:

> >Now we'll take a WWW server, with 100 processes forked, all sharing
> >most of the image. You just blew 2Gb or so of my swap space, to
> >achieve - nothing.

> Okay, I'm getting really curious here: what application do you
> have that requires that you run 100 copies of a web server each
> with 20mb of unique writable data?

100 concurrent accesses to your site, no memory overcommit.
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