You're right in the x86 case, but wrong in the ARM case - you just take a
fault after fault after fault (and you'll either end up overwriting the
kernel or something else of that nature).
> so i conclude that the system crashes in brk() sys call !
strace would print 'brk(' on entry to the syscall though.
> If you can point out the cases where the kernel reboots without showing
> any message , then it will be easier to debug for me!
Well, if I knew of any, they'd get removed/fixed pretty damned fast.
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