SGI Arena Memory Calls in Linux
Date: 11 Nov 2003 14:42:46 -0800
I am attempting to port an IRIX app to Linux and have run into
problems with converting the memory management. The app uses SGI's
arena-type calls like usconfig, usadd, usinit, etc, but RedHat
doesen't support these calls. I found a file in /usr/include called
ulocks.h that externed these functions, but the compiler can't see
them so I would assume they do not exist. Anyone know if it is
possible to use these "us*" type calls in Linux? If not, what is the
best Linux version of these calls?
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