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Programming Distributed Systems with YAMI4

11.2.2 Isolation

The isolation from other parts of the system is a natural outcome of the repeatability of internal allocator state.

With the use of private allocator, no other part of the system is able to interfere with the memory management scheme and in particular, no other component can ever hijack the memory that might be needed by the communication infrastructure. This means that the communication infrastructure is isolated and protected from the consequences of possible misbehavior of other components.