memkind_hugetlb man page

memkind_hugetlb.h — hugetlb memory memkind operations.
Note: This is EXEPRIMENTAL API. The functionality and the header file itself can be changed (including non-backward compatible changes), or remove.

Synopsis

#include <memkind/internal/memkind_hugetlb.h>

Link with -lmemkind

int memkind_hugetlb_check_available_2mb(struct memkind *kind);

int memkind_hugetlb_check_available_1gb(struct memkind *kind);

int memkind_hugetlb_get_mmap_flags(struct memkind *kind, int *flags);

void memkind_hugetlb_init_once(void);

Description

The hugetlb memory memkind operations enable memory kinds which use the Linux hugetlbfs file system. For more information about the hugetlbfs see link below.
https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentatio…

memkind_hugetlb_check_available_2mb() Check if there are 2MB pages reserved in the default hugetlbfs. If the kind implements ops.get_mbind_nodemask(), then only the NUMA nodes set by the nodemask are checked, otherwise every NUMA node is checked.

memkind_hugetlb_check_available_1gb() Similar to memkind_hugetlb_check_available_2mb() except that the check is for 1GB pages instead of 2MB pages.

memkind_hugetlb_get_mmap_flags() Sets the flags for the mmap() system call such that the hugetlbfs is utilized for allocations.

memkind_hugetlb_init_once() This function initializes MEMKIND_HUGETLB kind and it should not be called more than once. Note: memkind_hugetlb_init_once() may reserve some extra memory.

See Also

memkind(3), memkind_arena(3), memkind_default(3), memkind_gbtlb(3), memkind_hbw(3), memkind_pmem(3), jemalloc(3), mbind(2), mmap(2)

Referenced By

memkind(3), memkind_arena(3), memkind_default(3), memkind_gbtlb(3), memkind_hbw(3), memkind_pmem(3).

2015-04-21 Intel Corporation MEMKIND_HUGETLB