The glibc mmap threshold *minimum* is 128Kb. In recent versions of glibc
the threshold is dynamically adjusted between 128Kb and 512Kb (on 32-bit
boxes) and 64Mb (on 64-bit). (The mmap threshold starts at 128Kb and rises
whenever the application frees mmap()ed memory, so that transient
allocations tend to use brk() instead.)
(This is new behaviour in glibc 2.5.)
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