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Most memory allocated at run-time is actually taken from object pools[^] allocated when the system initializes. Each pool supports a major framework class, and the number of blocks in each pool is engineered based on the system's object model.

The buddy heap[^] is seldom used at run-time. It is used to allocate byte buckets for IP message payloads or when using the framework to implement a standalone application. Most allocation occurs in the pools.

The buddy heap[^] has a queue for its block sizes (powers of 2). Allocation can recursively split a block, and deallocation can recursively merge blocks.

Both memory managers verify that a pointer references a valid block, support debug tools that can be enabled to trace activity, and collect usage statistics.
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