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Dynamic Memory Allocator: Multi-Pool

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You should have received a detailed handout for this project.  It contains the project requirements and guidelines for implementing the project.

 

Repository Layout

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The `src/` directory contains the source code for your allocator, as

well as some helper code.  As given, it is a barely-working allocator

that uses `sbrk()` to directly allocate memory from the operating system

for every request.  It does not implement `realloc()`, so many

applications will not run.

 

You should implement your entire allocator in `src/mm.c`.  The bulk

allocator is also in `src/bulk.c`, but you should not modify the bulk

allocator for your implementation; the Autograder will test your

implementation using the given bulk allocator.

 

The `tests/` directory contains two simple tests; one of them tests the

bulk allocator (which, as stated above, you should not modify; this test

is just a sanity check to make sure the bulk allocator is working, and

to give you an example of a test), and the other tests to make sure that

`sbrk()` is not called between two requests for the same size

allocation.  Note that this second test _will_ pass with the given

allocator, but that the given allocator is **NOT** a correct allocator;

however, if _your_ allocator has bugs, it may well fail this test!

These two tests should help you see how to design and run your own

tests.

 

Building the Project

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The default make target (built by invoking `make`) builds the _shared

object_ (library) file `libcsemalloc.so`.  This object contains your

allocator and can be used to run your standard Unix utilities using your

allocator.  Instructions for how to do this are in the Makefile.

 

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