Why are OpenShift Enterprise gear processes getting killed by oom-killer?

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OpenShift Enterprise is a multi-tenant hosting platform that uses Linux Control Groups, or cgroups, to throttle resources allocated to a set of processes. OpenShift Enterprise reads cgroups settings from the /etc/openshift/resource_limits.conf file on node hosts.

The memory allocation limit is set to 512MB by default. This might not be enough m...

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