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Customizing the Microsoft® .NET Framework Common Language Runtime by Steven Pratschner

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Chapter 13. Managing How the CLR Uses Memory

The hosting of the CLR within Microsoft SQL Server 2005 has required the CLR to take a new approach to obtaining the resources it historically has obtained directly from the operating system. Specifically, a new level of abstraction has been added to the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 CLR that enables a host to supply the CLR with resources such as memory, threads, and synchronization primitives. This abstraction layer is made available to hosts in the form of new managers in the CLR hosting API. If the CLR is hosted and the host has indicated the desire to supply the CLR with a specific type of resource by implementing the appropriate manager, the CLR will call the host to obtain the resource instead ...

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