> > > > 1) memory is exhausted
> > > > 2) the network driver can't allocate memory and
> > > > spits out a message
> > > > 3) syslogd and/or klogd get killed
> Not in what I had described. Unless the page fault was for a new page
> (just malloc'ed) it wouldn't result in the killing of the process.
Unfortunately they do. Reality doesn't quite match your
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