solaris memory question

Posted on 2004-11-23
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Does anyone know where I can read about Solaris dynamic storage allocaton algorithms.  I'm looking to see if it uses best-fit, worst-fit, or first-fit.  This is for a class, so don't give me the answer, just need to know where to look.

Question by:sopheak
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    Did you try a web search before posting this. Goodling for 'solaris memory allocation algorithms' got all kinds of interesting stuff, including
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    Goto Borders or Barnes&Noble,  find the book "Solaris Internals", find a quite corner, and start reading.

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