getpagesizes - get system supported page sizes
#include <sys/mman.h> int getpagesizes(size_t pagesize[ ], int nelem);
The getpagesizes() function returns either the number of different page sizes supported by the system or the actual sizes themselves. When called with nelem as 0 and pagesize as NULL, getpagesizes() returns the number of supported page sizes. Otherwise, up to nelem page sizes are retrieved and assigned to successive elements of pagesize[ ]. The return value is the number of page sizes retrieved and set in pagesize[ ].
Note that if the getpagesizes() function is called from a 32bit program, then the page sizes 4G or above will not be returned. To get information on larger page sizes, It is recommended to use a 64bit program.
Upon successful completion, the number of pagesizes supported or actually retrieved is returned. Otherwise, −1 is returned and errno is set to indicate the error.
The getpagesizes() function will fail if:
The nelem argument is less than 0 or pagesize is NULL but nelem is non-zero.
The getpagesizes() function returns all the page sizes for which the hardware and system software provide support for the memcntl(2) command MC_HAT_ADVISE. Not all processors support all page sizes or combinations of page sizes with equal efficiency. Applications programmers should take this into consideration when using getpagesizes().
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