sc_ProcMemoryGrp man page

sc::ProcMemoryGrp — The ProcMemoryGrp concrete class provides an implementation of MemoryGrp for a single processor.

Synopsis

#include <memproc.h>

Inherits sc::MemoryGrp.

Public Member Functions

ProcMemoryGrp (const Ref< KeyVal > &)

void set_localsize (size_t)
Set the size of locally held memory.
void * localdata ()
Returns a pointer to the local data.
void * obtain_readwrite (distsize_t offset, int size)
Only one thread can have an unreleased obtain_readwrite at a time.
void * obtain_readonly (distsize_t offset, int size)
This gives read access to the memory location. No locking is done.
void * obtain_writeonly (distsize_t offset, int size)
This gives write access to the memory location. No locking is done.
void release_readonly (void *data, distsize_t offset, int size)
This is called when read access is no longer needed.
void release_writeonly (void *data, distsize_t offset, int size)
This is called when write access is no longer needed.
void release_readwrite (void *data, distsize_t offset, int size)
This is called when read/write access is no longer needed.
void sync ()
Synchronizes all the nodes.

Additional Inherited Members

Detailed Description

The ProcMemoryGrp concrete class provides an implementation of MemoryGrp for a single processor.

Member Function Documentation

void* sc::ProcMemoryGrp::obtain_readwrite (distsize_t offset, int size) [virtual]

Only one thread can have an unreleased obtain_readwrite at a time. The actual memory region locked can be larger than that requested. If the memory region is already locked this will block. For this reason, data should be held as read/write for as short a time as possible.

Implements sc::MemoryGrp.

void sc::ProcMemoryGrp::release_readwrite (void * data, distsize_t offset, int size) [virtual]

This is called when read/write access is no longer needed. The memory will be unlocked.

Implements sc::MemoryGrp.

void sc::ProcMemoryGrp::set_localsize (size_t) [virtual]

Set the size of locally held memory. When memory is accessed using a global offset counting starts at node 0 and proceeds up to node n() - 1.

Implements sc::MemoryGrp.

void sc::ProcMemoryGrp::sync () [virtual]

Synchronizes all the nodes. This is useful after remote memory writes to be certain that all of the writes have completed and the data can be accessed locally, for example.

Implements sc::MemoryGrp.

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