Using XSHR to read and write memory data is very easy. However, some memory data types have special requirements, such as 64-bit. In this article, we will learn how to handle these exceptions. You will also learn about CKFCOLL, a command used to get information about 64-bit memory objects. This command is widely used in Unix, and is often used by system administrators. But before you start using it, be sure to read this article first.
CKFCOLL requests information about 64-bit memory objects
The CKFCOLL instruction requests information about 64-bit memory objects. The memory objects in question are common and shared. A computer cannot create memory objects of a different type or size than those available for it. CKFCOLL requests information about these objects to enable the program to allocate or free memory accordingly. This instruction must be called by an authorized caller. The keyword argument to CKFCOLL is a string indicating if the memory object should be freed.