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SubjectRE: Killing/balancing processes when overcommited

>> Probably we do need an oomd that the sysadmin can configure as he likes.
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> That's bad, it could get killed. ;-)

Not if it's the only killer.

> Mostly the mem eaters are those who hang in an malloc() deadloop.

And what about a make -j ? The offender is not always one memory hog.


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