On Nov 29, 2013, at 3:44 PM, jb <jb.1234a...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Luigi Rizzo <rizzo <at> iet.unipi.it> writes:
>> There is a difference between applications peeking into
>> implementation details that should be hidden, and providing
>> instead limited and specific information through a well defined API.
> If you want to improve memory management, that is, have the system (kernel
> or user space) handle memory reallocation intelligently and transparently
> to the user, then aim at a well defined API:
* Request a block of “at least N bytes” and have the
allocator tell you what it *really* allocated.
This allows applications to use memory more efficiently
by taking advantage of over-allocation when it happens.
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