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SubjectRe: "3.5GB user address space" option.
On Thu, 18 Oct 2001, Oleg A. Yurlov wrote:

> How I can use 3.5GB in my apps ? I try malloc() and get
> error on 2G bounce... :-(

You may want to use the 'hoard' memory allocation library,
it seems a bit smarter than glibc's malloc in getting all
the address space your program wants.

1) install libhoard
2) export LD_PRELOAD=libhoard.so
3) run the program

cheers,

Rik
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