Is there "pg_buffercache" / same kind of a functionality in MariaDB?

In PostgreSQL, there is pg_buffercache. Is there similar functionality available for MariaDB? It is possible to see how big parts of indexes or tables are in memory (RAM) / shared buffers of the DBMS.


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