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SubjectRe: Unswappable memory needed is user space
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And lo, christophe.leroy5@capway.com saith unto me:
>
> My problem is that if the crypting process is swapped out during
> crypting, one could be able to recover parts of uncrypted file
> in swap partition.
>
> Is there a way to malloc a non swappable part of memory ?
>
Use mlock or mlockall. They have man pages.

Keith

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