Explain indexed allocation, Operating System

Indexed allocation

Indexed allocation bringing all the pointers together into one location: the index block. Every file has its own index block, which is an array of disk-block addresses. The ith entry in the index block points to eh ith block of the file. The directory have the address of the index block.

 

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