Quoth Daniel C. Sobral on Thu, 15 April: : : FreeBSD executes ANSI C code reliably according to spec, as long as : there is enough memory in the system. If there isn't, FreeBSD : doesn't run reliably, much less executes any kind of code reliably. : I understand this. I concieve the purpose of this thread as being a clear determination of the best known way to allow correctly written code to run reliably when, for reasons perhaps out of the control of the application, memory becomes overcommitted.
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