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Tag Archives: Memory Management

A structure is a user-defined data type in C/C++. A structure creates a data type that can be used to group items of possibly different… Read More
In this article, the differences between passing “pointer to pointer” and “address of pointer” to a function. In C or C++ Programming Language, it is… Read More
Prerequisites: Cache Memory Memory Access Paging Transition Look Aside Buffer Revisiting Cache AccessWhen a CPU generates physical address, the access to main memory precedes with… Read More
Cache Memory is a small, fast memory that holds a fraction of the overall contents of the memory. Its mathematical model is defined by its… Read More
Best fit algorithm for memory management: The memory partition in which there is a minimum loss on the allocation of the process is the best-fit… Read More
C++ allows defining static data members within a class using the static keyword. When a data member is declared as static, then we must keep… Read More
In every programming language, memory is a vital resource and is also scarce in nature. Hence it’s essential that the memory is managed thoroughly without… Read More
Prerequisite: Partition Allocation Methods in Memory Management In Partition Allocation, when there is more than one partition freely available to accommodate a process request, a… Read More
Q1. Is the output of this code True or False? #include <stdio.h> int main(void) {     int b = 20;     int* y = &b;     char n… Read More
What is Heap Pollution? Heap pollution implies that we have bad data in our heap memory. In Java language, heap pollution is a situation that… Read More
Most of the computers that are used today are of the kinds: Traditional BIOS-MBR type, and UEFI-GPT method (used by advance/latest computers). Step-1: Power Supply:… Read More
Ferro-electric Random Access Memory (FRAM) is a type of Random Access Memory, which uses a ferro-electric capacitor to achieve it’s non-volatility (content is not lost… Read More
As introduced in this article, solid-state storage devices (SSDs) do not contain any moving parts. They are rather made of transistors, and can retain information… Read More
Log-Structured File Systems were introduced by Rosenblum and Ousterhout in the early 90’s to address the following issues. Growing system memories: With growing disk sizes,… Read More
solid-state drive (SSD) is a solid-state storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data. SSD are also known as solid-state disk… Read More