pmNoMem is a convenience method that may be used when malloc(3)
or a related memory allocation service fails.
A standard message is emitted using pmNotifyErr(3) with where
used as a message prefix and the failing allocation size is also
If fatal is zero (and PM_RECOV_ERR is zero), pmNoMem returns (the
allocation failure is assumed to be recoverable by the caller),
else (and PM_FATAL_ERR is a good value to use in this case)
exit(2) is called with an argument of 1.
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