9.4.1. Single address space versus multiple address spaces

A system requires a single address space or multiple address spaces, and is a key factor for deciding if it is necessary to use a dynamic linker. For example, if a system does not have a Memory Management Unit (MMU), and requires loadable modules only, then it does not need to consider the SysV model because it requires only a single address space for each process.

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