Chunk manager is the process which manages a set of fixed-sized block subdivided within a large block that has been allocated from one of the standard memory pool .Chunk manager can be considered as a sub memory pool manager .
A process requests a allocation of large memory block from a memory pool . the process then calls chunk manager for sub divide the block into small fixed size chunk and uses the chunk manager to allocate and free the chunk . This is for helping to reduse the burden of the pool manager .
If chunk manager is consuming more process that means ,The switch tries to allocate memory for a particular process but could not find a enough blocks from free memory . This cnn be because the process holds memory even after running .
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