Talk:Page Frame Allocation
- -- any pointer to a PD reference implementation is welcome /PypeClicker
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Note that when all the memory is free, up to N*4 bytes are required to store the states.
Lated I (or someone else) should explain why this isn't always true. -Jhawthorn 10:45, 12 April 2007 (CDT)
Page frame/Page pool confusion?
Umm, if I recall my theory correctly, page frames are contiguous slices of the virtual address space, whereas a page pool is the allocation mechanism to provide physical page addresses to map in to a page frame, no? The page seems a little confused about the distinction .... --Childoftechno 02:38, 25 February 2012 (CST)
Wikipedia disagrees with you. I have never heard of the term page pool before you mentioned it, and a google search doesn't show anything except the windows Paged/Unpaged memory pools.
Thepowersgang 05:58, 25 February 2012 (CST)