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No, the OOM-killer is not involved at all. There is no magic. tmpfs just behaves like any other file-system: What sets the size of tmpfs? What happens when its full?
What sets the size of the tmpfs? (On my machine it resides in /dev/shm) I can see its entry in /etc/fstab, but no notation of its size. The kernel documentation covers this underneath the mount options: size: The limit of allocated bytes for this tmpfs instance. The default is half of your physical RAM without swap. If you oversize your tmpfs ...
find your user's UID id -u username find your user's GID id -g username in /etc/fstab none /home/rkmax/myapp/cache tmpfs defaults,mode=0775,uid=998,gid=999 0 0 resources http://askubuntu.com/questions/207180/changing-permissions-in-fstab-in-order-to-allow-writing-in-windows-ntfs-partitio https://kb.iu.edu/d/adwf
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