Michael Devore schreef:

DOS can deal with blocks down to 16 bytes, so you could probably run UMB size down that low,
> although the overhead there wouldn't be worth it.  But 1K (or less) is feasible.
> It's a matter of how hard you want to squeeze memory and
how much risk you're willing to accept in BIOS conflicts for the amount you're squeezing. 16K is a good risk balance. Is 4K? If 4K, why not 1K?

whichever is easiest :) So you're saying collect all 1KB blocks, then turn into 16KB blocks in most optimal way?


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