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SubjectRe: Increasing virtual address space of a process, by treating virtual address's as offsets in secondary memory.
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On Llu, 2005-07-18 at 10:12 +0530, vamsi krishna wrote:
> I was searching a lot about work on this, and found your reply where
> you say that we can increase the virtual address space by mmaping and
> munmaping programatically ourself.

Its something a few giant applications do with data sets and the trick
of using shared memory segments works on most Linux or Unixlike systems.
It's almost a historical note now. With 64bit processors its no longer
worth the pain

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