Is the data coming from a read-only file? In that case, a better way
might be to memory map that file in the root process and share the map
pointer in all the slave threads. This, like shared memory, will work
only for processes within a node, of course.
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 3:46 AM, Andrei Fokau
> We use a C-program which consumes a lot of memory per process (up to few
> GB), 99% of the data being the same for each process. So for us it would be
> quite reasonable to put that part of data in a shared memory.
> In the source code, the memory is allocated via malloc() function. What
> would it require for us to change in the source code to be able to put that
> repeating data in a shared memory?
> The code is normally run on several nodes.
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