jacques-n commented on pull request #7030:
URL: https://github.com/apache/arrow/pull/7030#issuecomment-650227890

   > 1. We are package-hacking `org.apache.arrow.memory` in module 
   >    Yes `Ownerships.java` uses some hacks, so I've removed the class in 
latest commits (the whole class is not necessary for current use case). Now 
only `NativeUnderlyingMemory.java` is still in the package 
   We need to avoid this entirely. If you need some functionality, let's figure 
out what should be exposed. BaseAllocator should not be referenced.
   > 2. We lose java native heap caps.
   >    Can we clarify this? I think the explanation can be either we lose caps 
from JVM direct memory, or we lose caps from BufferAllocator. For the latter 
one I think buffers are already registered to allocator.
   JVM should respect the max direct memory setting. I added more comments on 
your other comment to that end.

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