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Little things that matter in language design
Actually the memory allocator largely interfaces with itself and its userspace callers. Its
interface with the kernel is restricted to the occasional sbrk() and mmap() calls.
You missed the point
Posted Mar 28, 2008 3:45 UTC (Fri) by pflugstad (subscriber, #224)
Also, TCMalloc doesn't return memory to the kernel at all, while GNU libc's does.
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