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Does OS Abstractor dynamically allocate memory at run-time?

OS Abstractor library allocates memory for all the control blocks, application memory pools and such either statically or during initialization. This is done to ensure that OS Abstractor provides a stable environment for the application. The run time allocations that occur are only to cater to applications needs for queue buffers, stacks, pools and such). But this will be automatically come from the specific process pool, unless you are creating shared memory partitions and such. Applications can also create additional memory fixed/dynamic memory pools locally using the appropriate OS_Create APIs to bypass the use of process memory pool as an added flexibility. There may be few dynamic allocations that may take place (please refer to section on Internal run-time memory allocations by OS Abstractor and Interface)

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