Re: OOM killer, page fault

From: Norbert Preining
Date: Thu Nov 05 2009 - 19:01:21 EST

On Fr, 06 Nov 2009, Minchan Kim wrote:
> > Erm, could it not be due to the "return ret;" line being moved outside of the
> > if(), so that it always executes?
> Right. Sorry it's my fault.
> I become blind.
> 'return ret' should be inclueded in debug code.

Bummer, I'm blind, too, that was in fact obvious, since the codeflow
was changed. Could have seen that myself, sorry.

Recompiling already and trying to recreate the oom-killer boom.

Best wishes


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Vienna University of Technology preining@xxxxxxxx
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