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SyncSharedMemory::__construct

(PECL sync >= 1.1.0)

SyncSharedMemory::__constructConstructs a new SyncSharedMemory object

Description

public SyncSharedMemory::__construct(string $name, int $size)

Constructs a named shared memory object.

Parameters

name

The name of the shared memory object.

Note:

If the name already exists, it must be able to be opened by the current user that the process is running as or an exception will be thrown with a meaningless error message.

size

The size, in bytes, of shared memory to reserve.

Note:

The amount of memory cannot be resized later. Request sufficient storage up front.

Return Values

The new SyncSharedMemory object.

Errors/Exceptions

An exception is thrown if the shared memory object cannot be created or opened.

Examples

Example #1 SyncSharedMemory::__construct() example

<?php
// You will probably need to protect shared memory with other synchronization objects.
// Shared memory goes away when the last reference to it disappears.
$mem = new SyncSharedMemory("AppReportName"1024);
if (
$mem->first())
{
    
// Do first time initialization work here.
}

$result $mem->write(json_encode(array("name" => "my_report.txt")));
?>

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