Contributed by tbert on from the too-big-to-succeed dept.
From the trenches of s2k15:
There was a recent bug in OpenBSD install kernels. At random times during the install, messages like the following would appear:This is pretty unusual. sleep and cat are not usually memory intensive. Clearly, something had changed. There were a few initial suspects but they had been pretty well tested. What was different?/upgrade: //install.sub: sleep: Cannot allocate memory /upgrade: //install.sub: cat: Cannot allocate memory
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