Difference between revisions of "Memory Manager"

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ReactOS currently uses an Memory Manager which tries to mimic behavior of Windows Server 2003. The Memory Manager is a part of [[ntoskrnl.exe]].
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ReactOS currently uses a Memory Manager which tries to mimic behavior of Windows Server 2003. The Memory Manager is a part of [[ntoskrnl.exe]].
 
The Memory Manager is quite feature-complete in most of the cases, except with buggy applications or esoteric functions.  
 
The Memory Manager is quite feature-complete in most of the cases, except with buggy applications or esoteric functions.  
 
Virtual memory is not done yet. The Cache manager is not within the scope of the Memory Manager.
 
Virtual memory is not done yet. The Cache manager is not within the scope of the Memory Manager.
 
[[Category:System_Services]]
 
[[Category:System_Services]]

Revision as of 20:37, 17 March 2019

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ReactOS currently uses a Memory Manager which tries to mimic behavior of Windows Server 2003. The Memory Manager is a part of ntoskrnl.exe. The Memory Manager is quite feature-complete in most of the cases, except with buggy applications or esoteric functions. Virtual memory is not done yet. The Cache manager is not within the scope of the Memory Manager.