On 2002.07.02 17:56:28 +0000, Juan Francisco Rodriguez Hervella wrote:
> Im a bit corious about what's the meaning of "UMA".
> Thanks and sorry fot this simple question :)

UMA is the "Universal Memory Allocator", written by Jeff Roberson.

It's the memory manager and things like malloc(9) make use of it.

It was quite recently committed to -CURRENT so if you search the
archives it shouldn't be too hard to find mails describing it in more

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