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Old 14 March 2017, 17:27   #10
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Originally Posted by Jope View Post
flushlibs is actually handy, it frees you a bit of mem by deallocating ram resident libraries, which have an open count of 0.

You can also say avail flush in a cli to perform the same task.
The libs with an open count of 0 will be flushed automatically during a low memory situation so there is usually no need to do it manually. Some flushed libs will have to be loaded again which will make the system slower and fragment memory. There are a few times when flushing the libs is useful like when changing to a new library version, checking if all memory is returned by a program, perhaps flushing libs before a program (or game) turns off multitasking, etc.

Neat but nothing unexpected .
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