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How can a kernel program lock down memory pages for a user program in linux?

for eg: in solaris one could call as_pagelock() etc once the handle is known
from the process info and calling
bp_mapin(), and unmapping would be the opposite.

how would one do this in kernel for a user program. under linux.



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ashokr

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