PAGING IN VM/SP
Original Publication Date: 1983-May-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2007-Mar-30
Software Patent Institute
Beretvas, T.: AUTHOR [+3]
T. Beretvas W. Tetzlaff Edited by W. M. 0' Brien
Washington Systems Center Gaithersburg, Maryland
PAGING IN VM/SP
W. Tetzlaff Edited by W. M. 0' Brien
6622-9319-00 May 1983
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The aim of this paper is to explain the paging and real storage management algorithms of VM/SP, and to show how to measure them.
This paper should leave the reader with an understanding of what paging resources are needed to build a "balanced1' VM system. The CPU is but one resource of the VM system and many times is constrained by the paging, storage and I j O systems mentioned here.
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