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system cache

A memory bank that bridges main memory and the processor. For details, see cache.
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If at time t' [member of] (t,t + T), start the file retrieval process of file j [member of] I, then the system cache cloud reallocation of bandwidth leased, first, the update the file retrieval process is in the collection of all the files, the updated collection is I = {1,2, ..., N(t')}, then obtains the number of users corresponding to each file i [member of] I and the user type information of network connection, according to the equation (4) calculate the cache bandwidth [J.sub.req](i,t') it needs to provide the cloud, Finally, calculate all the tasks needed to retrieve the cache files total cloud bandwidth [J.sub.total](t).
- Optional, integrated Level 3 System Cache configurable up to 8MB
The cached memory subsystem further supports automatic pre-fetch for increased efficiency, the use of a level 2 system cache, and non-blocking transactions.
Business-boosting innovation is a signature of the ETERNUS DX systems, with both the DX400 series and DX8000 series shipping with added-value features such as Data Block Guard, which enhances RAID data protection by helping ensure data integrity both on data drives and in the system cache. Advanced data copying and mirroring capabilities protect against data loss during operation, while native 128-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption protects critical data from unauthorized access throughout its lifecycle, including disposal, when drives are removed from the storage system.
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.