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pankaj.sea 2Jan2010 17:23

Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Data are read and written in this form to reduce the gap between processing speed and data transfer speeds! This is also a unit for transfer of data between the disk pack and the main memory and larger is its value, the higher is the transfer rate!
What is it? Means about which I' talking?
:confused:

shabbir 3Jan2010 19:13

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Approved :D

techgeek.in 3Jan2010 19:28

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
this might be "cache memory"

pankaj.sea 3Jan2010 22:21

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by techgeek.in (Post 62624)
this might be "cache memory"

By my question, this is not the right one...
:hanged:
See the question techgeek, ur answer is not meeting all the parts of the question!!!

venami 4Jan2010 01:20

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Are you mentioning about the "disk buffer" ?
The disk buffer closes the gap between the processing speed and data transfer rate.

pankaj.sea 4Jan2010 06:25

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by venami (Post 62640)
Are you mentioning about the "disk buffer" ?
The disk buffer closes the gap between the processing speed and data transfer rate.

Disk buffer does not meet this line, "Data is written in this form...."!
:cryin:

neo_vi 4Jan2010 12:15

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pankaj.sea (Post 62590)
Data are read and written in this form to reduce the gap between processing speed and data transfer speeds! This is also a unit for transfer of data between the disk pack and the main memory and larger is its value, the higher is the transfer rate!
What is it? Means about which I' talking?
:confused:

DMA (Direct memory Access). The unit is the frequency. If its higher the transfer rate will be high

pankaj.sea 4Jan2010 15:44

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by neo_vi (Post 62671)
DMA (Direct memory Access). The unit is the frequency. If its higher the transfer rate will be high

Data can not be written in DMA form!

Quote:

Data are read and written in this form...
This is also a unit for transfer of data between the disk pack and the main memory...
Please Follow This... :cryin:

pankaj.sea 4Jan2010 17:50

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Dear Admin, Continue It For Today... ;)

shabbir 4Jan2010 18:24

Re: Read It! | Jan. 3, 2009
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pankaj.sea (Post 62690)
Dear Admin, Continue It For Today... ;)

As you say :D


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