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mmap vs shared memory - which is faster for reading data between multiple process

Between mmap and shared memory which is the best method of sharing data between multiple applications, interms of speed?
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Old 02-22-2005
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Between mmap and shared memory which is the best method of sharing data between multiple applications, interms of speed?
it is really .
I think share memory faster in the betwen

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