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real storage

[′rēl ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
Actual physical storage of data and instructions.

real storage

Real physical memory in a virtual memory system.
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It is apparent that modest increases in the minimum pivot block size have little effect on the size of the largest pivot block and on the maximum front size, and that the real storage requirement and the operation count grow slowly with the pivot block size.
There's a real storage of people to admire, to be inspired by and to emulate.
Topics included "Solid State - Simply a Big Cache or a Real Storage tier?
It is just as important in the last few days before the walk because this is when the real storage for the day happens.
But one downside - for anyone who wants more than a fun car - is the lack of real storage space.
Four Gbps offers the same value proposition and is driven by real storage needs.
SolidFire is solving real storage challenges for cloud providers today.
I lined the inside with wallpaper and now it's a real storage treasure chest, filled with books and records.
After evaluating the Exanodes product we clearly thought that it was the ultimate solution and the only one to build a real storage cloud for our hosted services platform," said Marques.
We like Toigo and AMO because he shares our commonsense views about real storage requirements and our dislike of vendor marketecture.
Such information provides very concise insights into real storage needs - both current and future - and to what extent these needs are (or will be) addressed.
Like servers as opposed to PCs, or directors as opposed to switches, the independent controller must be a real storage controller and not some other device emulating controller functions," said Grenier.