rientjes at google
May 23, 2012, 5:40 PM
Post #2 of 2
On Wed, 23 May 2012, Sameer Rahmani wrote:
> Simple question from a newbie, i know what is SLAB is, but what is slub and
> slob or slqb ?
> what is there different ?
SLUB, SLOB, and SLQB are all different varients of slab allocators and can
be chosen as a replacement for SLAB. SLUB gets the most attention these
days and is the upstream default. SLOB is typically used for embedded
devices and those that require a small memory footprint. SLQB was a
development allocator that I believe has been abandoned.
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