machine address

machine address

[mə′shēn ə′dres]
(computer science)
The actual and unique internal designation of the location at which an instruction or datum is to be stored or from which it is to be retrieved.

machine address

The numerical location of a memory byte or peripheral device. See absolute address.
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1) When an operating system attempts to insert a virtual-to-physical mapping into the TLB, Disco emulates this operation by translating the physical address into the corresponding machine address and inserting this corrected TLB entry into the TLB.
Disco uses the physical address specified by the operating system to index into the pmap to determine the corresponding machine address, allocating one if necessary.
The entry in the memmap of that machine address contains the list of the pmap entries that refer to the page.