Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 SP7 NSAPI Programmer's Guide

Memory Management

Memory management routines provide fast, platform-independent versions of the standard memory management routines. They also prevent memory leaks by allocating from a temporary memory (called “pooled” memory) for each request, and then disposing the entire pool after each request. There are wrappers for standard memory routines for using permanent memory. To disable pooled memory for debugging, see the built-in SAF pool-init in Chapter 2, SAFs in the magnus.conf File