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mikeshn 05-06-2002 08:34 AM

Page vs. Frame
I read some tutorial for Operating System. I really donít understand the difference between page and frame. I think that page is frame in virtual memory. Correct?

Thanks in advance

acid_kewpie 05-06-2002 08:39 AM

what context are you asking this question about? you're question could apply to a number of different areas, such as webpages or virtual memory... please be more specific.

DMR 05-06-2002 08:41 PM

*psst, over here!*

(I assumed your question was in the context of virtual memory)

jeremy 05-06-2002 09:49 PM

The Linux kernel partitions RAM into fixed length page frames. It then stores a page (or block of data) in it. It maps the linear addresses (pages) to physical addresses (page frames) using the page table.


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