[ppml] /48 vs /32 micro allocations

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Tue Mar 15 02:52:05 EST 2005

I can think of at least one...
	The greater the sparsity of address utilization, the easier
it is to hijack portions of the address space.  That, in and of itself,
to me seems like a good reason NOT to pursue a sparse allocation policy.

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