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RessourceManager, suspend to disk

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Hi,

I've been out of C++ for around 9 years. (Doing java since then)
For an upcoming project I have to get back into it.

I've already done quite much execise with STL, boost and ICU.

Now I'm looking for a solution for the following problem:

I need some kind of RessourceManager, which is able to suspend
some threads and dump their memory to disk. It must maintain
dependencies between ressources and should be as transparanet
as possible to the rest of the source code.

I think a starting point would be using an Allocator which is connected
to a ResourceManager.

Is there any standard way, which I haven't found, to do this?

Any comments are welcome,
Markus
Sep 14 '06 #1
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quisam wrote:
Hi,

I've been out of C++ for around 9 years. (Doing java since then)
For an upcoming project I have to get back into it.

I've already done quite much execise with STL, boost and ICU.

Now I'm looking for a solution for the following problem:

I need some kind of RessourceManager, which is able to suspend
some threads and dump their memory to disk. It must maintain
dependencies between ressources and should be as transparanet
as possible to the rest of the source code.

I think a starting point would be using an Allocator which is connected
to a ResourceManager.

Is there any standard way, which I haven't found, to do this?

Any comments are welcome,
Markus
Why don't you allow a thread manage resource by itself? You can
implement a member function of the thread to do ResourceManager.

Sep 15 '06 #2

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