Thetype exposes the following members.
Amount of busy memory blocks in cache (which were not freed yet by user).
Amount of cached memory in bytes.
Current amount of memory blocks in cache.
Amount of free memory blocks in cache (which are not busy by users).
Maximum amount of memory blocks to keep in cache.
Maximum memory block's size in bytes, which could be cached.
Minimum memory block's size in bytes, which could be cached.
Allocate unmanaged memory.
Free unmanaged memory.
Force freeing unused memory.
The memory manager supports memory allocation/deallocation caching. Caching means that memory blocks may be not freed on request, but kept for later reuse.