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Old 01-04-2002
Data memory allocation

I would like to know how I could allocate some more memory to a process.
Please note that I am not the root user.
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Old 01-05-2002
Memory allocation is a housekeeping function of the structure of the program (how it is written and memory is allocated). You can 'reallocate' more memory to a running program or compiled binary.... at least I've never heard of a way to do it!

You can rewrite the program to allocation more memory, however, if you have access to the source code..... try taking a look at the malloc man page.
 

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