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    SubjectRe: mlock(1)
    Jeff Garzik <> wrote:
    > How feasible is it to create an mlock(1) utility, that would allow
    > priveleged users to execute a daemon such that none of the memory the
    > daemon allocates will ever be swapped out?

    It used to be the case that mlockall(MCL_FUTURE) was inherited across fork,
    which would do what you want.

    But that was a bug and we fixed it a couple of years back, sadly.

    I guess we could add a new mlockall mode which _is_ inherited across fork.
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