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cache hit

(storage)
A request to read from memory which can satisfied from the cache without using the main memory.

Opposite: cache miss.

cache hit

Finding and retrieving an instruction or item of data in a cache. Contrast with cache miss. See cache.
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Thus, our second goal is to increase the cache hit ratio, and thereby decrease the network traffic caused by data transfer.
As for mentioned hybrid caching replacement policies, the combination of LRU and LFU increases the cache hit ratio.
As shown in Figure 5b, the cache hit ratio reduces due to client disconnections.
Since our strategy has higher cache hit ratio than the IR and UIR strategies, it can serve more queries locally.
The Dell ICS-635B also demonstrated near ideal average responses times for cache hits (0.
MacVittie added, "During our tests, the device provided acceleration ratios as high as 15 times the baseline, and the difference in time saved transferring files between 'warm' cache hits and 'cold' uncached data access is astounding -- an 11x multiplier for our monster 1-GB TIFF file.
The PowerEscape tools analyze ANSI C code and algorithms and provide source code level feedback on memory accesses and cache hits and misses to enable algorithm designers and software developers to optimize their C code for power and performance.
Finally, the memory transaction display graphs memory accesses over time, including cache hits and misses.
The WD Caviar 120 GB Special Edition 8 MB buffer hard drives provide a higher percentage of cache hits and significantly faster time to data than industry-standard 2 MB versions.
The new WD Caviar 100 GB Special Edition hard drive provides a higher percentage of cache hits and significantly faster time to data than industry-standard 2 MB versions.
Volera's solution excelled in every test, providing up to 99 percent WAN-bandwidth reduction, dramatically increasing cache hits and blowing the competition away in hits per second," according to the review released in the April 29 issue of Network Computing.