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I am new to AIX, I have few AIX 5.3 servers and I could see there are significant difference in paging space utilization on servers even though they are running same applications
below server is working fine which shows 2-5 % paging usage throuh out the day
cpu_scale_memp = 8... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: bibish
I am new to this forum and I would like to ask for advice about low level POSIX programming.
I have to implement a POSIX compliant C shared library.
A file will have some variables and the shared library will have some functions which need those variables.
There is one special... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: iamjag
When creating shared memory in C, should be remove shared memory with shmctl function when don't need it. If it didn't remove, occupied shared memory stay and remain.
If we create shared memory repeatedly without removing unusable shared memory, /dev/shm will full.
Does Unix or... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: pronetin
I've been reading your forums for quite a while and the great amount of information I find here always come in hand.This time however, I need some specific help...
I have a doubt with an AIX server which I'm failing to understand as I'm new to its concept of memory management...
... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: flpgdt
1.How to know wich process is using the shared memory?
2.How to flush (release) the process from the shared memory? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: pchangba
I'm trying to learn how to manage memory when I have to deal with lots of data.
Basically I'm indexing a huge file (5GB, but it can be bigger), by creating tables that
holds offset <-> startOfSomeData information. Currently I'm mapping the whole file at
once (yep!) but of course the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: emitrax
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Using ipcs we can see shared memory, etc.. details. How can I add/remove shared memory(command name)?
Naga:cool: (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Nagapandi
I am writing a shared library in Linux (but compatible with other UNIXes) and I want to allow multiple instances to share a piece of memory -- 1 byte is enough. What's the "best" way to do this? I want to optimize for speed and portability.
Obviously, I'll have to worry about mutual exclusion. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: otheus
I need to create a shared library to access an in memory DB. The DB is not huge, but big enough to make it cumbersome to carry around in every single process using the shared library. Luckily, it is pretty static information, so I don't need to worry much about synchronizing the data between... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: DreamWarrior
this is the problem: i want to swap a linked list between 4 processes (unrelated), is there any way i can do that just by sending a pointer to a structure?
typedef struct node
struct node *next;
or i should send the items ( x,c ) by... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: elzalem