On Tue, 26 Mar 2002, Padraig Brady wrote:
>> Note this is controllable in Linux by putting 1 or 0 in:
no it isnt... (in standard 2.4).
overcommit_memory = 0 is normal, linux overcommits but does
(very (very)) basic checks,
= 1 is "there is always enough memory".
you'd never ever ever want set that to 1, unless you knew /precisely/
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