[petsc-dev] Adding support memkind allocators in PETSc

Jeff Hammond jeff.science at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 21:37:12 CDT 2015

>> but it screws up memkind's partitioning of the heap (it won't be aware
>> that the pages have been moved).
> Then memkind is stupid or the kernel isn't exposing the correct
> information to memkind.  Tell them to not be lazy and do it right.

The beauty of git/github is one can make branches to try out anything
they want even if Jed thinks that he knows better than Intel how to
write system software for Intel's hardware.

This link is equivalent to pushing the "Fork" button on Github's
memkind page: https://github.com/memkind/memkind#fork-destination-box.
I'm sure that the memkind developers would be willing to review your
pull request once you've implemented memkind_move_pages().


Jeff Hammond
jeff.science at gmail.com

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