As far as I understand paging and swapping, they're completely different concepts. While swapping means, that a process is either completely in physical memory or on the hard drive, with paging parts ...
Well, this may seem a common or already asked question but after searching various books, online tutorials and even here on SU, I am still puzzled at how these four beasts work together on a x86 ...
I have understood that Paging is a memory management technique which allows computer to bring data from secondary storage to main memory for executing process. It gives an impression to process that ...
If the page size is 512 bytes and the paging table has 64 elements, each 11 bit. Howmany bits is the physical address then? - What does '11 bit' mean in this case? Is it the number of the frame (2^11) ...
Possible Duplicates: Windows Swap (Page File): Enable or Disable? Can we decrease page swapping? My system has a 5GB RAM. And my paging file size is 2GB Even though I have many RAM, ...