> What should have happened is each of the tasks need only about
> 4k until they actually access something. Since they can't possibly
> access everything at once, we need to fault in pages as needed,
> not all at once. This is what 'overcomit' is, and it is necessary.
Then do not enable strict overcommit, Dick.
> If you have 'fixed' something so that no RAM ever has to be paged
> you have a badly broken system.
That is not the intention of Alan or I's work at all.
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