LOL: I was creating a bat file, that created an other one and then started it. This is, what happened.
standard 14:30:11.903613 +0200 dasd Activity <private>: Optimal Score 0.5229 at <private> (Valid Until: <private>)
fehler 14:30:11.907714 +0200 sandboxd Sandbox: fseventsd(54) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-metadata /private/var/folders/7m/cb8shz9x711814f445p2ynx40000gn/0/com.apple.nsurlsessiond/E8C9768780A371F36651AB699D884E881706B377/6F9F6E7A7F7603BA2AB268A026107321A30CBE9D
Violation: System Policy: deny(1) file-read-metadata /private/var/folders/7m/cb8shz9x711814f445p2ynx40000gn/0/com.apple.nsurlsessiond/E8C9768780A371F36651AB699D884E881706B377/6F9F6E7A7F7603BA2AB268A026107321A30CBE9D
Process: fseventsd 
Load Address: 0x10b6cd000
Version: ??? (???)
Code Type: x86_64 (Native)
Parent Process: launchd 
Responsible: /System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/FSEvents.framework/Versions/A/Support/fseventsd 
User ID: 0
Date/Time: 2018-08-25 14:30:11.904 GMT+2
OS Version: Mac OS X 10.13.5 (17F77)
standard 14:30:12.545587 +0200 Dock LSExceptions shared instance invalidated for timeout.
standard 14:30:12.709228 +0200 Console LSExceptions shared instance invalidated for timeout.
Out of boredom, I came up with the idea of creating a batch file that can open an extremely large number of Opera Tabs. I wanted to cause a system crash. When a program is started, apart from the normal application runtime cache, there is also another cache that is program-specific. So I created the batch file and was happy.
start "psid294" https://www.kktvcam.com
count 1 + 1
This speed test always uselessly downloads data to cram the RAM. LOL. Cant reserve memory.
If you look at the RAM block addresses, you can see that it always comes to the same blocks for hog. This so-called RAM hogging usually happens because processes can not agree with each other, which block they need, or how much storage space will be needed. In addition to the console activity, these hogs can usually also be recognized by the fact that the fan has to turn faster, because the CPU usually gets very warm during such hogs.
To find out if a process is already suspended, you can look at the loop number and you should check if other processes are already trying to access the block.