While every single allocation is tracked, for performance reasons only the largest allocations are reported, with a minimum of 99% of allocated memory reported. The remaining <1% is highly unlikely to be relevant when trying to reduce usage; it’s effectively noise.
This is planned, but not yet implemented.
See the list in the page on what Fil tracks.
On Linux, Fil replaces the standard glibc allocator with
jemalloc, though this is an implementation detail that may change in the future.
On all platforms, Fil will not work with custom allocators like