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  • 09/27/2021
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Scalable Memory Pools

To enable this feature, set the
TBB_PREVIEW_MEMORY_POOL
macro to 1.
Memory pools allocate and free memory from a specified region or an underlying allocator using thread-safe, scalable operations. The following table summarizes the Memory Pool named requirement. Here,
P
represents an instance of the memory pool class.
Pseudo-Signature
Semantics
~P() throw();
Destructor. Frees all the allocated memory.
void P::recycle();
Frees all the allocated memory.
void* P::malloc(size_t n);
Returns a pointer to
n
bytes allocated from the memory pool.
void P::free(void* ptr);
Frees the memory object specified via
ptr
pointer.
void* P::realloc(void* ptr, size_t n);
Reallocates the memory object pointed by
ptr
to
n
bytes.
Model Types
The
memory_pool
template class and the
fixed_pool
class meet the Memory Pool named requirement.

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