Richard B. Johnson wrote:
> > The offset argument to mmap2 is divided by PAGE_SIZE.
> > That is the whole point of mmap2 :)
> Okay. Do you know where that's documented? Nothing in linux/Documentation,
> and nothing in any headers. Do you have to read the code to find out?
> So, the address is now the offset in PAGES, not bytes. Seems logical,
> but there is no clue in any documentation.
I found this great command which really helps. Only 1337 kernel
gnurus know about it, now u can be 1 2 :)
$ man mmap2
The function mmap2 operates in exactly the same way as mmap(2), except
that the final argument specifies the offset into the file in units of
the system page size (instead of bytes).
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