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> If somebody wants such 1% of ram back he can buy another dimm of ram and
> plug it into his hardware. I mean such 1% of ram lost is something that
> can be solved by throwing a few euros into the hardware (and people buys
> gigabyte boxes anyways so they don't need all of the 100% of ram), the

How do I add dimms to an embedded board ?

> solved with lots braincycles and it would be a maintainance work as
> well. Abstraction and layering definitely helps cutting down the
> complexity of the code.

I'm not too worried. mempool as an API can relatively easily be persuaded
to do reservations on an underlying allocator some point in the future.

Alan

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