pmNoMem man page

pmNoMem ā€” report out of memory conditions

C Synopsis

#include <pcp/pmapi.h>

void pmNoMem(const char *where, size_t size, int fatal);

cc ... -lpcp


pmNoMem is a convenience method that may be used when malloc(3) or a related memory allocation service fails.

A standard message is emitted using pmNotifyErr(3) with where used as a message prefix and the failing allocation size is also reported.

If fatal is zero (and PM_RECOV_ERR is zero), pmNoMem returns (the allocation failure is assumed to be recoverable by the caller), else (and PM_FATAL_ERR is a good value to use in this case) exit(2) is called with an argument of 1.

See Also

exit(2), malloc(3), PMAPI(3) and pmNotifyErr(3).

Referenced By

The man page pmnomem(3) is an alias of pmNoMem(3).

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