UMAD_ALLOC(3) OpenIB Programmer's Manual UMAD_ALLOC(3)
umad_alloc - allocate memory for umad buffers
#include <infiniband/umad.h> void * umad_alloc(int num, size_t size);
umad_alloc() allocates memory for an array of num umad buffers of size bytes. Note that size should include the umad_size() plus the length (MAD_BLOCK_SIZE for normal MADs or the length returned from umad_recv() for RMPP MADs).
umad_alloc() returns NULL if out of memory.
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