All releases of Linux Persistent Memory

  •  15 Jan 2008 09:00
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    Release Notes: This version makes LPSM work properly on 64-bit platforms.

    •  19 Nov 2001 01:55
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      Release Notes: This release adds a function, lpsm_alloc_size(), which determines the true size of an allocation. It also includes minor tweaks for the ARM, Cris, and PA/RISC platforms.

      •  28 Oct 2001 09:01
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        Release Notes: SPARC version was overhauled and documentation was majorly cleaned.

        •  25 Oct 2001 18:53
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          Release Notes: Offline log recovery has been added. This release will make sure that "errno" contains useful values. The documentation has been cleaned up some more. There is a workaround for a gcc 2.91 bug.

          •  23 Oct 2001 18:15
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            Release Notes: This version corrects severe bugs in lpsm_zalloc()/lpsm_calloc() which would usually crash the application.

            •  23 Oct 2001 10:51
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              Release Notes: Man pages and code to work around changes in the memory map were added.

              •  22 Oct 2001 08:29
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                Release Notes: Portability to the SPARC platforms has been improved, especially sparc32. The documentation has been updated slightly.

                •  21 Oct 2001 14:55
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                  Release Notes: calloc()/zalloc() were added in optimized form. The code was restructured for better modularity.

                  •  21 Oct 2001 14:51
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                    Release Notes: Fixes were made to allow compilation with gcc 3.x.

                    •  19 Oct 2001 09:54
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