kvm_read() vs ioctl performance
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sat Mar 22 06:02:04 PDT 2008
In message <523743.91444.qm at web63914.mail.re1.yahoo.com>, Barney Cordoba writes
>Is this a page of memory, or some other "page"
Yes, chunks of 4K (usually).
>concept? As I mentioned, there are n structures, and
>there could be 20K or more of them. The structures are
>72 bytes. Its also read-only, and not dreadfully
>important that the stats are exactly tied to a precise
>moment in time.
The point about shared memory is that there are no system
calls involved, so they are for all pratical points of
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