Asterisk Documentation 1.6.1 hoard.txt

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Using the Hoard Memory Allocator with Asterisk
==============================================

1) Install the Hoard Memory Allocator

   Download Hoard from http://www.hoard.org/ either via a package or the source
   tarball.

   If downloading the source, unpack the tarball and follow the instructions in
   the README file to build libhoard for your platform.

2) Configure asterisk

   Run ./configure in the root of the asterisk source directory, passing the
   --with-hoard option specifying the location of the libhoard shared library.

   For example:

	   ./configure --with-hoard=/usr/src/hoard-371/src/

   Note that we don't specify the full path to libhoard.so, just the directory
   where it resides.

3) Enable Hoard in menuselect

   Run 'make menuselect' in the root of the asterisk source distribution.  Under
   'Compiler Flags' select the 'USE_HOARD_ALLOCATOR' option.  If the option is
   not available (shows up with XXX next to it) this means that configure was
   not able to find libhoard.so.  Check that the path you passed to the
   --with-hoard option is correct.  Re-run ./configure with the correct option
   and then repeat step 3.

4) Make and install asterisk

   Run the standard build commands:

	   # make
	   # make install


-=NOTE: These pages are automatically updated once per
day from the Asterisk subversion repository when the repository changes revisions. Any
changes made to this page will be automatically overwritten with the
latest version from http://svn.digium.com/view/asterisk/branches/.

Using the Hoard Memory Allocator with Asterisk
==============================================

1) Install the Hoard Memory Allocator

   Download Hoard from http://www.hoard.org/ either via a package or the source
   tarball.

   If downloading the source, unpack the tarball and follow the instructions in
   the README file to build libhoard for your platform.

2) Configure asterisk

   Run ./configure in the root of the asterisk source directory, passing the
   --with-hoard option specifying the location of the libhoard shared library.

   For example:

	   ./configure --with-hoard=/usr/src/hoard-371/src/

   Note that we don't specify the full path to libhoard.so, just the directory
   where it resides.

3) Enable Hoard in menuselect

   Run 'make menuselect' in the root of the asterisk source distribution.  Under
   'Compiler Flags' select the 'USE_HOARD_ALLOCATOR' option.  If the option is
   not available (shows up with XXX next to it) this means that configure was
   not able to find libhoard.so.  Check that the path you passed to the
   --with-hoard option is correct.  Re-run ./configure with the correct option
   and then repeat step 3.

4) Make and install asterisk

   Run the standard build commands:

	   # make
	   # make install


Created by: josiahbryan, Last modification: Tue 25 of May, 2010 (08:42 UTC)
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