I am trying to understand the internals of MySQL. I do know that MySQL's buffer pool management has an old/young page list as shows here. And I do know about the flushing of old dirty pages, such as explained here and how to customize it here. I am also aware that MySQL uses a LRU algorithm for page eviction as here.
However, is there a buffer pool daemon/thread that evicts read only pages (not dirty pages) that were brought to the buffer pool by say a select statement? Are there ways to customize it (for example, when I pass 95% of the bufferpool capacity, start evicting read pages or flush dirty pages). In other words, what triggers in the LRU algorithm evict pages from the buffer pool (e.g. time a page is on buffer pool, percentage of buffer pool filled, need to evict pages for new pages to load), are these adjustable?