Handling a page in memory - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

Handling a Page:

  • Typical page size today are 4 kb to 16 kb ,having tendency to use even larger page sized
  • Organization that reduce the page fault rate are striking (completely associative placement of page)
  • Page fault can be handled in software because the overhead is short compared to access time to disk .Also, better algorithm may be load used.
  • Write -back is used to direct writes (write -through takes too long.........).

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