buffer page

buffer page

A Web page that is sent before, or with, the requested page in response to clicking a link. Typically, much smaller than a full page, buffer pages are used for a variety of purposes. Banner ads may generate a buffer page with questions in order to direct you to the appropriate page. A buffer page may disclose a legal notice or a warning; for example, that you must be at least 21 to continue. Several buffer pages may be used just to add metatags for search engine spiders in order to ensure the site gets into all the search engines.
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When the VM pageout daemon selects a IO-Lite buffer page for replacement, IO-Lite writes the page's contents to the appropriate backing store and frees the page.
The page-in and page-out handlers use information maintained by the IO-Lite file cache module to determine the disk locations that provide backing store for a given IO-Lite buffer page.
Contents Executive Summary Introduction Three-bit per cell NAND Flash Memories SanDisk/Toshiba 56nm 16Gb 3-bit/cell NAND Flash Memory Summary Page Buffer Page Organization Cache algorithms Source Line Bias Error Compensation Power Routing Organization Data Path All Bitline vs.