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page table

[′pāj ‚tā·bəl]
(computer science)
A key element in the virtual memory technique; a table of addresses where entries are adjusted for easy relocation of pages.
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When the GPU is virtualized, there is a secure Memory Management Unit (additional state bit) and secure bus interface with secure page tables that determines the type of surface and access patterns allowed.
Technologies such as Intel Turbo Boost Technology, Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, integrated power gates, and Next-Generation Intel Virtualization Technology (VT) improved through extended page tables, allow the system to adapt to a broad range of workloads.
These translations take time that can cause delays in applications that require frequent updates to these page tables, Wolf says.
In 2008, VMware became the first to support the second generation AMD-Rapid Virtualization Indexing (RVI) technology, and is now the first and only to support Intel's Extended Page Tables (EPT) and VMDq technology.
Hacking Like in the Movies: Visualizing Page Tables for Local Exploitation August 1, 5pm, Palace 3 (http://www.
Memory Usage Analysis: Provides an overview of total available system memory and provides a graph of relative usage by the kernel, all applications, and free memory; provides highly detailed information about the kernel to show memory used by buffers, cached pages, code, slab allocator, date, page tables, and vmalloc; drills down into applications to show a detailed memory map and which percentage of each section is resident.
The bulk of the book consists of two page tables for each country, summarizing in ten detailed categories the external debt of these developing countries.
Native Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors are also planned to feature enhanced AMD Virtualization[TM] (AMD-V) technology with nested page tables, delivering world-class performance and advanced leadership in x86 virtualization, as well as energy-efficient DDR2 memory support.
Providing an interesting and convenient source of raw data, this two volume reference tracks the events of the 1920s in a series of two- page tables, each devoted to a single week.
New features include enhanced memory management, which enables the flexibility of software-managed page tables and supports multiple page sizes.