/etc/malloc.conf. The default for that file is to not exist. The man page
does not indicate which settings are used in that situation. After reading
through it I get the feeling that the default settings for D and M are 'dM'.
Hence, to return to the older malloc aproach to see if the problems go away I
would need to set "Dm". But some of the descriptions seem to indicate that
might not be correct. What are the default settings?
anyway - if this makes any non-performance difference to your programs -
it's something wrong with it by design.
it should not.
if you need to manage memory your way, just use sbrk only and then manage
it your way - as i do in most of my programs.
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