ASLR is too aggressive; fragments address space
|Reported by:||waddlesplash||Owned by:||nobody|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
On 32-bit Haiku, the ASLR implementation randomizes too much, and winds up fragmenting the address space to the point where after 1/4 (~500MB) of it is used, area creation can begin failing.
For now (hrev53143) I've disabled ASLR for malloc; this makes the system much more stable (and wastes less memory too, it appears.)