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While trying to restrict Oracle's memory claims I tried a strace while
making Oracle claim huge amounts of memory. It appears that Oracle claims
all it's memory by calling mprotect, which (unlike brk ()) doesn't check
rlim.

I don't know the details of this, but it seems a little buggy to me. If not
buggy, then what's the use of rlim?

Cheers,

Rolf
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