Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
> Plus, your program doesn't even do what you think it does (because a)
> it has at least one significant bug and b) malloc() doesn't behave the
> way you think it does).  And even if it did, the /dev/random stuff is
> pointless, you can achieve the same effect by setting every byte you
> allocate (possibly even just the first byte of every chunk) to 0.

So now the question becomes "what is he testing that is
resulting in 4.3 locking up?".

Your suggested replacement test might be fun to run, but I
think it wouldn't lock up 4.3...

-- Terry

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