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  • Started 6 years ago by illusionado
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illusionado
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GUYS NEED UR HELP..CAN U GIVE ME THE EXACT ANSWERS FOR THIS....I NEED THE EXACT..I AM SEARCHING ALSO THE ANSWERS BUT I NEED MORE HELP..THIS IS MY HOMEWORK IN CPC(computer programming class) and I am 2nd yr collge 17 yrs old Electronics & comunnication eng'g is my course..

>1. Why is there a need for memory partitioning?
> 2. Differentiate internal fragmentation from external fragmentation.
> 3. Explain what is Overlaying, its use and issues.
> 4. Explain Compaction.
> 5. Give a situation wherein fixed partitioning is best suited.
> 6. Give a situation wherein dynamic partitioning is best suited.

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Scott
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Sounds like someone didn't do their homework....again.
Sigh.

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InDiSent
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lol

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Lighthouse
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School's, out, for Summer...

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Scott
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You'd think a 17 y/o soph would know not to rush the Tri-Delts, or is it Sigma Chi, the first few weeks...
Just kidding of course, maybe someone here can help you.

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Lighthouse
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Ummm...I could answer...maybe, 1 !?

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whs
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I just put in 2 pages worth and when I wanted to post it, bbPress copped out and I lost everything. When is this stuff ever going to function. If I have time, I'll try again (in a Word document).

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Lighthouse
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Ah, whs. We had a discussion about this while ago when you were away (not intentionally). The general conceses was, to write it in a WP of some sort, and then copy'n'paste into the edit box on HTG. Sorry you missed it :(

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illusionado
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oh my god are you playing with me? hahah....i have a hard time finding some of this but thank God i have my answers but not perfect for a student like me..whaha....

comon guys help me pls dont make hilarious jokes..!!^^

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Lighthouse
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OK. Explain Compaction. It's making things smaller than they actually should be.

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illusionado
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ok how nce a very basic answer..that would probably pierce my mind...tnx...

what about issues and used of overlaying?

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Lighthouse
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Overlaying carpets I can deal with :)

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illusionado
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oh no...ur joking light pls be serious...please? ^_^

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Lighthouse
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Don't you have any friends on your island that can help you?

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illusionado
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whahah....hmmm just dont mind my post coz i am already finish..ur island is full of hilarious and humorous persons..wahaha...tnx by the way

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Lighthouse
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illusionado. Please remember that all my comments are copyrighted. When you pass your exams, wait to get sued :)

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whs
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Here are some fast leads (that you could have found yourself):

http://windowsitpro.com/articl.....erver.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logical_partition

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_compaction

Definition of dynamic partitioning:
In a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system, the ability to reassign processors, memory and I/O to specific applications on the fly without shutting down the machine. The reassignment can be done by the operator or automatically from a script that monitors conditions such as time of day or when the traffic to one application becomes excessive.

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illusionado
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i got all whs...tnx by the way for the links..^^..Lighthouse u cant sue me coz u r at d other side of the island wahahhaha.

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whs
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@illusionado, You are welcome. Too bad I lost my long answer due to the problems with bbPress and I did not feel like starting all over again. But as a hint: Usually you can find all the answers if you Google the subject. It is very rare, that you draw a blank.

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jack7h3r1pp3r
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unless you are me and draw the blank for for you get to google

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