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memory access to the computer disk on which information is stored

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As times moved, data sets became bigger and disk access turned from helpful to a bottleneck.
It shows data layout and disk access behavior have obvious impact on the overall system performance.
High speed hard disk access to your CD images which is several times faster than the fastest physical CD-ROM drive available;
0 features the "Mandrake touch," MandrakeSoft's signature graphical interfaces that give users selected desktop icons including easy CD-ROM and floppy disk access and easy Internet upgrades using the "Mandrake Update" icon.
0 features the Mandrake touch, MandrakeSoft signature graphical interfaces that give users selected desktop icons including easy CD-ROM and floppy disk access and easy Internet upgrades using the Mandrake Update icon.
Ideally, he says, laptop software should only require disk access when the program loads or when the user saves data.
The combination of AutoCache with LSI Nytro WarpDrive cards addresses a common issue that dynamic workloads present to virtualized servers, mainly that the total-cost-of-ownership benefits of virtualization are throttled by disk access," said Rory Bolt, CEO of Proximal Data.
Housed in a sleek aluminum body with a transparent frosted top, the MiniStation Thunderbolt features an indirect disk access LED indicator on the underside that tastefully illuminates its supporting surface.
Because physical hardware in a virtualised storage environment must support more operating systems and can undergo even more disk access and more stress than in a non-virtualised environment, fragmentation of these unique environments requires a specialised approach.
Dual-ported disk drives connect to two of the nodes, providing a secondary redundant disk access path in case one node fails.
Such an index aims to minimise its memory footprint and CPU usage, whereas a disk-resident index focuses on reducing its disk access, since disks offer a slow medium for data access.
Advanced features of the bundled solutions include caching to automatically optimize disk access across tiers for best utilization; synchronous mirroring for high-availability failover; asynchronous replication for disaster recovery; and snapshots and CDP to increase data integrity and ease management, especially in virtualized environments.
The DiskDeleter USB is based on cutting-edge technologies, including special disk access technology, multi-threat technology and others.
This is because physical hardware in a virtualised storage environment must support more operating systems and so can undergo even more disk access and more stress than in a non-virtualised environment.
This is a direct result of the decline in disk access density as disk capacity has been increasing at 60% annually while disk performance is increasing at well below 10% annually.