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Part of the computer used to store data and code. Can refer to questions about, both, live memory investigation and ROM investigation.

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On my Ubuntu 16.04, 64 bit the default stack size is 8192 bytes. If I set it to unlimited, seems like the vdso is remapped to a completely different memory region. $ ulimit -s 8192 $ cat /proc …
asked Jul 9 '18 by Holmes.Sherlock
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The articles explaining the internals of malloc and free in glibc are abundant in number. However, I'd like to know how dynamic memory management works in C++, specifically the nitty gritty of new …
asked Mar 29 '17 by Holmes.Sherlock
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Wishing to dig in the internals of dynamic memory allocation on Linux, the best I could find is an article titled Understanding glibc malloc. The explanation, though detailed, is not quite …
asked Mar 28 '17 by Holmes.Sherlock