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Tuning glibc malloc on ARM: A Case Study

Blog: Oracle BPM

Excessive Page faults can negatively impact performance for some workloads, however some strategies exist to address this. In this blog, Performance Engineer Richard Smith examines the t-test1 workload on ARM-based Oracle A1 VM and how page faults can be addressed effectively through tuning glibc malloc.

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