Hello, but i don´t understand
this, your advice, i don't Know about fragmentation,
On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 4:47 PM, Bill Auerbach <address@hidden>
>As Kieran already said, it
is generally a good idea to first get your
>application running with the standard options and once that works begin
>tweaking it to suit your memory/resource needs. MEM_LIBC_MALLOC saves
>you some code-memory if you already use malloc provided by your
>C-library somewhere else (not in lwIP) because you then do not need the
>lwIP heap implementation. On the other hand, memory usage gets a little
>less predictable as you then share the heap with the rest of the code
>running on your target. Thus, this setting largley depends on your
I thought I'd ask something that just occurred to me: Can
implementation of malloc result in fragmentation of lwIP's heap?
If it can, than a system requiring 24/7 operation would be better off using
lwIP pools since they cannot fragment.