Guy Thornley wrote:
> Of course you could argue the OS should be able to detect this, and prevent
> it occuring anyway. I don't know anything about linux's behaviour in this
Yes, one can argue that way.
But a generic Algorithm in the OS can never be as smart as the
application which has more informations about semantics and algorithms.
Everything else would need a crystal ball device :-)
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