This page says that
RANDOMIZE_BASE is for KASLR and it randomizes the physical AND virtual addresses which is obvious in 32-bit and comprehensible in 64-bit.
But what does
RANDOMIZE_MEMORY do exactly? This page says:
Randomizes the base virtual address of kernel memory sections (physical memory mapping, vmalloc & vmemmap).
What does this mean? Does this mean, that the different sections are split somehow and located not together but with some space in between?