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Page Replacement Policy on windows XP?

Postby Andy » Thu, 06 Oct 2005 11:56:12 GMT

Hi all.

does anyone know what kind of algorithm for page replacement policy the
windows XP do ?
such as LRU(additional reference bits, second chance) or FIFO..
I just know that kind of algoritm for plage replacement policy in OS.
However, I don't know which algorithm the windows XP use.
Please let me know anyone knows




Re: Page Replacement Policy on windows XP?

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