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[Discuss] memory management

On 6/22/2015 3:13 PM, Matthew Gillen wrote:
> What strikes me as odd and wrong is that the OS doesn't seem to protect
> itself from thrashing.  The system is perfectly happy to render itself
> inoperative in the service of some lone process sucking up memory.

Don't like swap thrashing? Shut off swap. There can be no swap trashing 
if there is no swap.

Just don't whine when the OOM killer reaps the applications that you're 

Rich P.

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