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How the Linux Slab Memory Allocator works

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Minimize the time required to manage memory and maximize available memory for general usage with the slab allocator. This article explores the ideas behind the slab allocator and examines its interfaces and their use. It uses the Linux kernel method that originated in Solaris of allocating memory of objects based on their size.
 read more | score:8335 | -Ida Momtaheni, May 17, 2007
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