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>>>>> "Bret" == Bret Orsburn <borsburn@codonics.com> writes:

Bret> I need to create a rather
Bret> large region of shared memory -- on the order of 50MB. ...

Bret> It appears that there is a limit on System V style shared memory
Bret> segments of about 4MB, so that method is out.

I suspect Erik's shmfs (aka posix shared mem patch) will provide
support for such needs. But the only URL I have for Erik's stuff
(<http://www.npwt.net/~ebiederm/files/>) is down....

At any rate, it was supposed to be expected to :) make it into 2.3.

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