cached


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms.

cached

A block of data or a file that has been stored temporarily in a disk or memory cache. See cache and cache file.
References in periodicals archive ?
For each ICP, measuring the cache value of files in its own content store and storing the cached high-value files in the allocated limited space is the key to improving overall cache value.
It gathered 5 to 6 pieces of bark and lichen within 1 step of the cache site during the next 2 min, 1 item at a time, and placed each piece of vegetation atop the cached meat.
As a result of this, adaptive scheme using a threshold value which is compared with improvement factor of the cached system obtained on a real time basis is another alternative.
The results set must be equal or smaller than the query_cache_limit and we can't use MySQL version 5.0 because querys running from stored procedures, functions or triggers are not cached (http://rackerhacker.com).
The track of cached items for each client is maintained at the home mobile support station in the form of cache state information (CSI).
The Alaskans cached about twice as many seeds during the hiding sessions and later recovered them with only a quarter as many tries per seed.
With a cache, users will enjoy better browsing conditions, since their waiting time will be reduced on the cached pages.
Today, with HTTP 1.1, we only need to look at the response headers to determine what may be cached. Even so, the heuristic remains, and some caches might be hardwired to never store CGI responses.
A request to compute a join between relations A and B is submitted at a client workstation that initially has no data cached. Both relations consist of 10,000 tuples of 100 bytes each (1 MB), and the result of the join is estimated to have 9,000 tuples of 100 bytes (0.9 MB).
Clients also maintain hints about the ages of blocks cached on other clients, allowing them to forward blocks to other clients without coordinating with a manager.
Once the data returns from main memory it is cached and forwarded to the processor where computation may again proceed.
Front-Tier transparently connects its cache to the back-end corporate RDBMS across the network, and includes an easy-to-use interface to assist in determining what data should be cached. Applications directly query and update the cache, and Front-Tier automatically keeps the corporate database synchronized with any changes.