Sysinfo syscalls can loop forever
|Reported by:||Martin Decky||Owned by:||Martin Decky|
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The current way sysinfo syscall are used (first get the required buffer size, then supply the buffer with the possibility to fail if the size of the data has changed in the meantime) can theoretically lead to an unbounded loop.
Since non-fixed sysinfo data is usually not essential, use less strict checks.