And if you call _C_TS_malloc64, your program can allocate a much larger contiguous area (currently about 512 GB, assuming the system has that much free DASD space to support the request and limited by other applications' teraspace allocations within the process).

Paul Godtland

Bob Donovan wrote:

If your program calls _C_TS_malloc or you specify option TERASPACE(*YES
*TSIFC) or option STGMDL(*TERASPACE) on the compile command, your program
can allocate up to 2 GB contiguous bytes (with a single allocation, of
course).

"Alexei Pytel" <pytel@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
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The largest single allocation is about 16MB. The size of default heap is
about 4GB per activation group.





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