On 10/19/2015 02:50 AM, Alexander Cherepanov wrote:
gcc doesn't support objects more than half the address space in
. So if you are
malloc'ing >2GB on 32-bit platforms you should be concerned.
This needs to be fixed in GCC. Even if we artificially fail large
allocations in malloc, there will be cases where people call mmap or
shmat directly. And at least for the latter two, there is an
expectation that this works with larger-than-2-GiB mappings for 32-bit
processes (to the degree that Red Hat shipped very special 32-bit
kernels for a while to support this).