There are multiple LVE memory allocation failures logged for each process failure. Take a single CGI app that does nothing other than attempt to allocate a single 20 MB array with an lve limit set to to 10 MB. This single call to malloc for 10 MB can rack up 8 LVE failures. A single failed attempt to access a page on a WordPress site can rack up over 300 errors! To a customer this is going to look like their site is falling apart, when in reality it was just one access that caused multiple memory faults.