What killed my process and why

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This happened two times. I asked if someone at a different Terminal used the kill command to kill the process? No.

Under what conditions would Linux decide to kill my process? I believe the shell displayed "killed" because the process died after receiving the kill(9) signal. If Linux sent the kill signal should there be a message in a system log somewhere that explains why it was killed?

Apr 13 in Linux Administration by Aditya
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