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system cache

A memory bank that bridges main memory and the processor. For details, see cache.
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The ETERNUS DX60 and DX80 protect the integrity of data on disk and in the system cache with Data Block Guard, a function that can detect and automatically correct data corruption.
Multiple buffering of data wastes memory, reducing the space available for the file system cache.
ACE/2 can hold eight IPs, duplicated storage control modules each with double Skyline I's system cache, and 64Gb memory in two banks or mirrored storage versus S/390's 2Gb.
System designers need to make trade-offs on system cache and memory designs.
To provide maximum response to large numbers of queries requested by larger sales organizations, the Summer'11 Release adds persistent cache technology that extends system cache to virtual memory stored on high-speed disk drives.
1) Junk Cleaner- It clears all the junk files such as app cache, system cache, APK files, temp files, etc.
Nevertheless, the benchmark report further notes that the larger system cache on A7 chip could help improve effective memory bandwidth and compensate for its smaller memory bus in order to boost the overall graphics performance.
New technologies set standards in reliability and availabilityThe ETERNUS DX60 and DX80 protect the integrity of data on disk and in the system cache with Data Block Guard, a function that can detect and automatically correct data corruption.