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2002.08.20 07:31 "memory allocation", by Peter Majer
2002.08.20 16:13 "RE: memory allocation", by Roger Bedell
2002.08.20 20:48 "OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Dante Allegria
2002.08.21 08:34 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Rob van den Tillaart
2002.08.21 11:30 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Majer
2002.08.21 13:47 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Rob van den Tillaart
2002.08.21 16:05 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Bob Friesenhahn
2002.08.21 20:47 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Nielsen
2002.08.22 08:33 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Andreas R. Kleinert
2002.08.22 15:30 "RE: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Roger Bedell
2002.08.22 16:29 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
2002.08.22 17:20 "RE: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Roger Bedell
2002.08.22 17:46 "RE: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Dante Allegria
2002.08.22 17:33 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Montgomery
2002.08.22 18:45 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
2002.08.22 21:19 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Montgomery
2002.09.01 17:14 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Montgomery
2002.09.05 17:00 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Andreas R. Kleinert
2002.09.05 17:03 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Montgomery
2002.08.22 15:59 "RE: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Ed Grissom
2002.08.22 22:09 "RE: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Andreas R. Kleinert
2002.08.21 11:48 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Nielsen
2002.08.22 18:00 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Bob Friesenhahn
2002.08.22 18:18 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Peter Montgomery

2002.08.22 08:33 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Andreas R. Kleinert

I was thinking more along the lines of using the operating system level memory mapping offered by Windows. This is supposed to be pretty efficient and work very much like virtual memory with frequently used areas kept in RAM. What I do not know is what kind of limitations Windows puts on memory mapped files :-)

A 1 GB file occupies a 1 GB address range (within the 2 GB virtual user address space area).

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