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Fri, 13 Oct 2000 17:08:36 +0200
At 16.34 +0200 00-10-13, Daniel Diaz wrote:
The reason to not use the initial malloc is because it uses MMAP for big bloc
allocations and the MMAP adresses returned are not compatible with gprolog
address space (3 most significant bits should be 0).
You can use mallopt to turn off the use of MMAP. SICStus Prolog does
this for exactly the same reason.
Per Mildner, PhD address@hidden
Swedish Institute of Computer Science