Chapter 16: Shared Memory and Semaphores
One of the most unique and potentially fastest ways to communiate in Linux, shared memory is covered here. You'll learn what it is, how to use it, and what its drawbacks are. In most cases, you'll also need a locking mechanism, and for that purpose semaphores are discussed as well.
- Uses of Shared Memory
- Synchronization with Semaphores
- Communicating with Shared Memory
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