I see that the second one was marked as resolved, but I don't see what the 
resolution was.

It makes sense to me that if you ever stopped an isolate from doing what it 
wants because it ran out of memory, that you wouldn't be able to guarantee 
any state for the isolate, but I don't understand why it would necessariliy 
be a problem across isolates or why it should absolutely stop the process 

Can someone speak to the current state of this?

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