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I'm new to kernels and C, and I am tinkering around trying to understand OpenBSD's secure memory management. I'm stumped on a couple points.
I've read up on malloc() which was apparently modified years ago to allocate memory using mmap. First question, that would be this here, right?
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2. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
I want to know whether this is possile or ever been tried out.
I want to obtain a chuck of memory using mmap()
I do it so :
n = mmap(0, 8000, PROT_READ|PROT_WRITE, MAP_PRIVATE|MAP_ANONYMOUS, -1, 0);
And hold on to that memory, when a process requests for memory, some memory is... (2 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I want to lock or prevent a portion of memory which I allocated. So I tried MLOCK, MPROTECT and some like this. But all these functions works only on page border. Can I know why that so.
Is that possible to protect a portion of memory which is in middle of the page.
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How do we map 'n' number of files into memory by using mmap system call??
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5. Homework & Coursework Questions
Develop a program that uses mmap() to map a file to memory space. Prepare such a file by yourself and do the follows.
<LI class=MsoNormal>Display the content of the file after mapping; <LI class=MsoNormal>Output how many digits included in the file; <LI class=MsoNormal>Replace... (1 Reply)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
how to use mmap() to map a file to memory space. Do you have any simple program???? Because I have to implement lot of concepts into it. (3 Replies)
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i have a problem related to mmap(), when i run my program on sun for 64 bit which is throwing SIGBUS when it encounters mmap() function, what is the reason how to resolve this one, because it is working for 32 bit.
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8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I'm using select() to monitor multiple file descriptors (inet sockets) in application. But this application must also collaborate with other applications on the same host via shared memory (mmap'ed file) due to performance reasons. How can I become notification that mmaped memory is changed or... (1 Reply)
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We recently have been seeing the following type of error on our development server. Being somewhat new to HP-UX I was hoping to get some insight. Here is what I have found.
I have been doing some research.
/usr/lib/dld.sl: Call to mmap() failed - TEXT /u07/mdev/lib/libCLEND.sl... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: scotbuff
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Hello. I'm writing some random access i/o software on Solaris 8 using mmap64 to memory map large files (my test file is ~25 GB).
The abbreviated code fragment is:
fd = open(cbuf,O_RDONLY|O_LARGEFILE);
struct stat statbuf;
off_t len =... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: gusm