To flush ranges of non-coherent memory from the host caches, call:
VkResult vkFlushMappedMemoryRanges( VkDevice device, uint32_t memoryRangeCount, const VkMappedMemoryRange* pMemoryRanges);
deviceis the logical device that owns the memory ranges.
memoryRangeCountis the length of the
pMemoryRangesis a pointer to an array of VkMappedMemoryRange structures describing the memory ranges to flush.
vkFlushMappedMemoryRanges guarantees that host writes to the memory
ranges described by
pMemoryRanges can be made available to device
access, via availability operations from the
Unmapping non-coherent memory does not implicitly flush the mapped memory, and host writes that have not been flushed may not ever be visible to the device. However, implementations must ensure that writes that have not been flushed do not become visible to any other memory.
The above guarantee avoids a potential memory corruption in scenarios where host writes to a mapped memory object have not been flushed before the memory is unmapped (or freed), and the virtual address range is subsequently reused for a different mapping (or memory allocation).
For more information, see the Vulkan Specification at URL
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