HPMMAP: High Performance Memory Mapping and Allocation Platform
HPMMAP is a lightweight memory manager for commodity operating systems. It provides a memory management stack that can support unmodified high performance computing (HPC) applications running on Linux. HPMMAP has the following characteristics:
HPMMAP is designed to co-exist with an unmodified Linux memory subsystem. The resulting architecture allows both HPC and commodity-class applications to co-exist on the same machine without sharing a memory management stack that is necessarily better at supporting one than the other.
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