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Memory Managewment in Unix

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Where can I find info about Memory Management in Unix ?
Is there any documents available in the web?
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Need to be more Specific. If you are talking about the entire Virtual memory management subsystem then there are several references. "Design of the UNIX operating system" Maurice Bach. Desgin of 4.3BSD Operating System" by Leffler, Karels,.... I also have written a paper for SunExpert Magazine Avialable on my web site http://ww.cis.udel.edu/~graham/Papers.

Also there is the Solaris interface to the virtual memory system via the mmap() system call. (RTFM) This discussion can get very long and very detailed!
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