Looking through syslog, I see lines like dd invoked oom-killer. Does this mean dd is being killed by the oom-killer or does it mean dd asked oom-killer to go kill another high memory process?


dd triggered OOM killer, which, in turn, killed a process with the highest OOM score.

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