pageable memory

pageable memory

[′pāj·ə·bəl ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
The part of a computer's main storage that is subject to paging in a virtual storage system.
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The use of pageable memory allows for increase in memory access latency as this memory will page out, and therefore it will only be reallocated when there is a need for it.