Reattaching to same address space on process restart
Hello Linux Gurus,
I have a question.
Suppose a process creates multiple shared
mem segments as part of it job.
Now is it always possible that on restart, that process can reattach to those previously created shared mem segments to the same virtual address spaces (returned on first time creation) ?
My intention is use pointers over shared memory.So on restart I want those pointers absolute value to remain valid.
Thanks a lot in advance.