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<strong>Function</strong> - Obsolete interface.  Functionality now provided via host_set_default_memory_manager interface.<h3>SYNOPSIS</h3>
<strong>kern_return_t   vm_set_default_memory_manager</strong>
                <strong>(host_priv_t</strong>                          <var>host_priv</var>,
                 <strong>mach_port_move_send_t</strong>          <var>default_manager</var><strong>);</strong>
<dt> <var>host_priv</var> 
[in host-control send right]
The control port naming the host for which 
the default memory manager is to be set.
<dt> <var>default_manager</var> 
[pointer to in/out default-pager send right]
A memory manager port to 
the new default memory manager.  If this value is <strong>MACH_PORT_NULL</strong>, 
the old memory manager is not changed.  The old memory
manager port is returned in this variable.
The <strong>vm_set_default_memory_manager</strong> function establishes the default
memory manager for a host.  The named manager will be the target for future
<strong>memory_object_create</strong> calls.
The <strong>vm_set_default_memory_manager</strong> interface has been
renamed to <strong>host_default_memory_manager</strong>.  The old 
<strong>vm_set_default_memory_manager</strong> interface has been retained
for backward compatibility, without the <var>cluster_size</var> parameter.
Only generic errors apply.
<a href="memory_object_create.html"><strong>memory_object_create</strong></a>,
<a href="vm_allocate.html"><strong>vm_allocate</strong></a>.