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SubjectRe: Maximizing brk() space on stock ia32 Linux 2.4.x
In article <Pine.LNX.4.33.0112071128500.440-100000@mf1.private> you wrote:
> Hello,

> Given the limitation of running under a stock ia32 Linux 2.4.x kernel
> (e.g. TASK_UNMAPPED_BASE = 0x40000000 and __PAGE_OFFSET = 0xC0000000), how
> can one write a program in a way to maximize the address space available
> for brk()? For example:

Try using the "hoard" preload library for malloc()
Does wonders...
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