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Fixed an issue where calling _exit might hang the main thread cleanup in rpmalloc if another
worker thread was terminated while holding exclusive access to the global cache.
Improved caches to prioritize main spans in a chunk to avoid leaving main spans mapped due to
remaining subspans in caches.
Improve cache reuse by allowing large blocks to use caches from slightly larger cache classes.
Fixed an issue where thread heap statistics would go out of sync when a free span was deferred
to another thread heap
API breaking change - added flag to rpmalloc_thread_finalize to avoid releasing thread caches.
Pass nonzero value to retain old behaviour of releasing thread caches to global cache.
Dual license as both released to public domain or under MIT license
Allow up to 4GiB memory page sizes
Fix an issue where large page sizes in conjunction with many threads waste a lot of memory (previously
each heap occupied an entire memory page, now heaps can now share a memory page)
Fixed compilation issue on macOS when ENABLE_PRELOAD is set but not ENABLE_OVERRIDE
New first class heap API allowing explicit heap control and release of entire heap in a single call
Added rpaligned_calloc function for aligned and zero intialized allocations
Fixed natural alignment check in rpaligned_realloc to 16 bytes (check was 32, which is wrong)
Minor performance improvements for all code paths by simplified span handling
Minor performance improvements and for aligned allocations with alignment less or equal to 128 bytes
by utilizing natural block alignments
Refactor finalization to be compatible with global scope data causing dynamic allocations and frees, like
C++ objects with custom ctors/dtors
Refactor thread and global cache to be array based instead of list based for improved performance
and cache size control
Added missing C++ operator overloads with ENABLE_OVERRIDE when using Microsoft C++ runtimes
Fixed issue in pvalloc override that could return less than a memory page in usable size
Added a missing null check in the non-hot allocation code paths
Improved cross thread deallocations by using per-span atomic free list to minimize thread
contention and localize free list processing to actual span
Change span free list to a linked list, conditionally initialized one memory page at a time
Reduce number of conditionals in the fast path allocation and avoid touching heap structure
at all in best case
Avoid realigning block in deallocation unless span marked as used by alignment > 32 bytes
Revert block granularity and natural alignment to 16 bytes to reduce memory waste
Bugfix for preserving data when reallocating a previously aligned (>32 bytes) block
Use compile time span size by default for improved performance, added build time RPMALLOC_CONFIGURABLE
preprocessor directive to reenable configurability of span and page size
More detailed statistics
Disabled adaptive thread cache by default
Fixed an issue where reallocations of large blocks could read outsize of memory page boundaries
Tag mmap requests on macOS with tag 240 for identification with vmmap tool
Support for alignment equal or larger than memory page size, up to span size
Added adaptive thread cache size based on thread allocation load
Fix 32-bit MSVC Windows builds using incorrect 64-bit pointer CAS
Updated compatibility with clang toolchain and Python 3
Support preconfigured huge pages
Moved active heap counter to statistics
Moved repository to
Support for huge pages
Bugfix to old size in aligned realloc and usable size for aligned allocs when alignment > 32
Use C11 atomics for non-Microsoft compilers
Remove remaining spin-lock like control for caches, all operations are now lock free
Allow large deallocations to cross thread heaps
Make span size configurable and all spans equal in size, removing span size classes and streamlining the thread cache.
Allow super spans to be reserved in advance and split up in multiple used spans to reduce number of system calls. This will not increase committed physical pages, only reserved virtual memory space.
Allow super spans to be reused for allocations of lower size, breaking up the super span and storing remainder in thread cache in order to reduce load on global cache and reduce cache overhead.
Fixed an issue where an allocation of zero bytes would cause a segmentation fault from indexing size class array with index -1.
Fixed an issue where an allocation of maximum large block size (2097120 bytes) would index the heap cache array out of bounds and potentially cause a segmentation fault depending on earlier allocation patterns.
Fixed an issue where memory pages at start of aligned span run was not completely unmapped on POSIX systems.
Fixed an issue where spans were not correctly marked as owned by the heap after traversing the global span cache.
Added function to access the allocator configuration after initialization to find default values.
Removed allocated and reserved statistics to reduce code complexity.
Add configurable memory mapper providing map/unmap of memory pages. Default to VirtualAlloc/mmap if none provided. This allows rpmalloc to be used in contexts where memory is provided by internal means.
Avoid using explicit memory map addresses to mmap on POSIX systems. Instead use overallocation of virtual memory space to gain 64KiB alignment of spans. Since extra pages are never touched this should have no impact on real memory usage and remove the possibility of contention in virtual address space with other uses of mmap.
Detect system memory page size at initialization, and allow page size to be set explicitly in initialization. This allows the allocator to be used as a sub-allocator where the page granularity should be lower to reduce risk of wasting unused memory ranges, and adds support for modern iOS devices where page size is 16KiB.
Add build time option to use memory guards, surrounding each allocated block with a dead zone which is checked for consistency when block is freed.
Always finalize thread on allocator finalization, fixing issue when re-initializing allocator in the same thread.
Add basic allocator test cases
Split library into rpmalloc only base library and preloadable malloc wrapper library.
Add arg validation to valloc and pvalloc.
Change ARM memory barrier instructions to dmb ish/ishst for compatibility.
Improve preload compatibility on Apple platforms by using pthread key for TLS in wrapper library.
Fix ABA issue in orphaned heap linked list
Dual license under MIT
Fix init/fini checks in malloc entry points for preloading into binaries that does malloc/free in init or fini sections
Fixed an issue where freeing a block which had been realigned during allocation due to alignment request greater than 16 caused the free block link to be written in the wrong place in the block, causing next allocation from the size class to return a bad pointer
Improve mmap 64KiB granularity enforcement loop to avoid excessive iterations
Fix undersized adaptive cache counter array for large block in heap structure, causing potential abort on exit
Avoid hysteresis in realloc by overallocating on small size increases
Add entry point for realloc with alignment and optional flags to avoid preserving content
Add valloc/pvalloc/cfree wrappers
Add C++ new/delete wrappers
Add four cache presets (unlimited, performance priority, size priority and no cache)
Slight performance improvement by dependent class index lookup for merged size classes
Adaptive cache size per thread and per size class for improved memory efficiency, and release thread caches to global cache in fixed size batches
Merged caches for small/medium classes using 64KiB spans with 64KiB large blocks
Require thread initialization with rpmalloc_thread_initialize, add pthread hooks for automatic init/fini
Added rpmalloc_usable_size query entry point
Fix invalid old size in memory copy during realloc
Optional statistics and integer overflow guards
Optional asserts for easier debugging
Provide malloc entry point replacements and automatic init/fini hooks, and a LD_PRELOAD:able dynamic library build
Improve documentation and additional code comments
Move benchmarks to separate repo,
Initial release