[GE users] Checkpointing using BLCR memory allocation

Ron Chen ron_chen_123 at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 25 16:37:33 BST 2004


I don't understand what you mean!..

On any Unix platforms, you can call malloc(), brk(),
or mmap() to allocate memory. And as long as your have
enough physical memory, or have enough swap space,
then you can easily get 50MB of virtual memory.

 -Ron

--- varma <varma_linux at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Experts,
>         I have a small question which does not
> address
> to this forum. In my expt I have to run a program
> which has virtual memory of the order of 50 MB. how
> to
> do it in Linux
>  
> Thanks in advance
> varma
> 
> 
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