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cache

 [kash]
a memory mechanism used by a computer to accelerate access to information.

cache

A storage area on a PC’s hard drive where the browser temporarily stores web pages and/or graphic elements.
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The same data is instance of data and cached in the host system cache across the kernel and in each guest OS server, maximizing kernel that accesses the data, memory efficiency.
Multiple buffering of data wastes memory, reducing the space available for the file system cache. A reduced cache size causes higher cache miss rates, increasing the number of disk accesses and reducing throughput.
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.
Each core will have a private L2 cache along with a shared L3 cache apart from a dedicated system cache. All that, will allow the Snapdargon 855 to deliver the highest speed ever for a Snapdragon chip along with increased power savings.