michael.grunditz at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 14:35:30 PST 2018
> 1) OS_DynamicArea returns an error. This could happen if the memory
> request was too big, for example, but seems unlikely.
> 2) Only 8 mmap sections at any one time are supported. That includes
> those that malloc may create for large requests, however, malloc
> falls back to its normal allocation routines if there are already
> 8 mmaps. Attempting to create a 9th will result in ENOMEM.
> memalign uses malloc and so will suffer the same limitations.
> I usually replace any mmap calls with my own dynamic area memory
OK I am not sure , but I belive this is the frist one. Will hunt for others
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