deallocate

deallocate

To release a computer resource that is currently assigned to a program or user, such as memory or a peripheral device.
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RAA and RDA communicates with hypervisors of data centers to either allocate or deallocate the estimated resources.
If you need your app to live longer in the background, deallocate unnecessary memory before moving to the background and the Android system will less likely generates error message or even terminates the app.
On receipt of a GTS deallocation request, the PNC shall attempt to deallocate the GTS.
A call of the routine with ONOFF = 0 will deallocate device number DVNO, but this device may still remain the selected device.
Memory management is handled by Fortran 90 allocate and deallocate statements so there are paralleliation gains coming from the ability to spread the matrices across multiple processors as well as from overall computational time (turnaround) speedup.
Ira programmer forgets or is unsure when to deallocate, this can lead to a memory leak, where a program consumes more and more memory without cleaning up after itself Even worse, ira region of memory is deallocated twice, the program can become trustable and will likely crash.
We make the simplifying assumption that a parent thread remains alive until all its children die, and thus, a thread does not deallocate its activation frame until all its children's frames have been deallocated.
The Bench dropped strong hints that it may consider the Centre's plea to not deallocate 46 blocks which had secured lease, were functional and their end- use plants were also operational.
When you program in C++, you must deallocate all heap-based objects that you have previously allocated.
Expand the set of critically important program properties that may be expressed in specification languages: for example, dependency between modules or processes, security, safety, performance and resource use, and obligations to initialize or deallocate memory locations.
Free a Buffer Aggregate (Originator, Receiver) (a) Deallocate fbufs' virtual address ranges [O(#fbufs)] (b) Remove mappings from page table, ensure TLB/cache consistency [O(#pages)] (c) Free physical memory pages if there are no more references to the fbufs [O(#pages)]
let region r in % Allocate region r let x = v at r in % Allocate value v in r f (r, x) % Function f may access r end % deallocate r (and v) .