Create a page translation table that meets the requirements of the virtual memory system shown below. Assume a page size of 25, with pages 0 through 7 in logical memory, and frames 0 to 20 in physical memory. All numbers are in decimal.
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Given that the page size is 25, with pages 0 through 7 in logical memory, and frames 0 to 20 in physical memory.
Using above information we can depict the given logical and physical memory maps as given below.
Logical Memory ...
To explain things better, solution first depicts the logical and physical memory maps in tabular form, and then using the information from these two tables, creates the required page translation table.
Paging: Virtual Address to Physical Address Translation
Given the following page table for a process currently executing on a processor,
Virtual page number | Valid bit | Frame number
0 | 1 | 4
1 | 1 | 7
2 | 0 | -
3 | 1 | 2
4 | 0 | -
5 | 1 | 0
What physical address (if any) would virtual address 1053 translate to?
All numbers are decimal, everything is numbered starting from 0, and all addresses are memory byte addresses. The page size is 1024 bytes.View Full Posting Details