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A segment is a physically or virtually contiguous address area residing on mass storage. The address area contains an image of the memory. Segments in the ND-100 are placed on the segment files, eg., SEGFIL0:DATA. Segments consist of an arbitrary number of contiguous 1 Kword pages. The size is limited to a maximum of 128 pages<ref>{{ND-doc|30.003.06}} Appendix A - Glossary</ref>.
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A segment is a physically or virtually contiguous address area residing on mass storage. The address area contains an image of the memory. Segments in the ND-100 are placed on the [[segment files]], eg., SEGFIL0:DATA. Segments consist of an arbitrary number of contiguous 1 Kword pages. The size is limited to a maximum of 128 pages<ref>{{ND-doc|30.003.06}} Appendix A - Glossary</ref>.
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 11:59, 21 May 2020

A segment is a physically or virtually contiguous address area residing on mass storage. The address area contains an image of the memory. Segments in the ND-100 are placed on the segment files, eg., SEGFIL0:DATA. Segments consist of an arbitrary number of contiguous 1 Kword pages. The size is limited to a maximum of 128 pages[1].

References

  1. Norsk Data Document ND–30.003.06 SINTRAN III System Supervisor Appendix A - Glossary