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    Question VirtualAlloc() equivalent on Linux/Unix

    Hi,
    Are there Linux/Unix APIs that can reserve a range of memory in process' address space, and later commit individual pages from reserved range?

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    Re: VirtualAlloc() equivalent on Linux/Unix

    No. But why do you need the reserving of a virtual memory region? Perhaps, there's a workaround approach to achive what you need...
    Last edited by dimm_coder; October 15th, 2004 at 06:44 AM.
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