The Low Memory Monitor is an early boot daemon that will monitor memory pressure information coming from the kernel, and, first, send signals to user-space applications when memory is running low, and activate the kernel's OOM killer when memory needs to be freed.
sudo dnf copr enable atim/low-memory-monitor -y && sudo dnf install low-memory-monitor
Version which not trigger kernel OOM
sudo dnf copr enable atim/low-memory-monitor -y && sudo dnf install low-memory-monitor-nooom
sudo systemctl enable --now low-memory-monitor.service
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