Developer Guide

  • 10/27/2020
  • Public Content

Memory Policy Enforcement

A request to the System to load a trusted application will fail if there is insufficient memory for both the trusted application code (static) and the declared dynamic memory needed. Likewise a request, explicit or implicit, for memory allocation at run time will cause the trusted application to fail if a suitable sized chunk of memory is not available.
Before a trusted application is authorized and signed by Intel, its memory requirements are evaluated. If these requirements are deemed too large, then the trusted application will not be authorized and signed.

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