sbrk(2) broken

Dag-Erling Smørgrav des at
Thu Jan 3 11:21:09 PST 2008

Jason Evans <jasone at> writes:
> [sbrk is broken]

The real question is why we would revert perfectly good code (jemalloc)
from using a modern interface to using one that has been obsolete for
twenty years, and marked as such in the man page for seven years.

If rwatson@ wants malloc() to respect resource limits, he can bloody
well fix mmap().  Until he does, the datasize limit is a joke anyway, as
anyone can circumvent it by either using mmap() instead of malloc() or
setting _malloc_options before calling malloc().

Dag-Erling Smørgrav - des at

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