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Linux Slab Allocator, Learn How Linux Manages Memory

20 August 2008 707 supporters No Comment

Good operating system performance depends in part on the operating system’s ability to efficiently manage resources. In the old days, heap memory managers were the norm, but performance suffered due to fragmentation and the need for memory reclamation. Today, Linux uses method which allocates memory as objects based on their size.

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