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Full notes for all lectures in the course (12 documents combined)

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All example questions taken down. Full notes from the whole course including some code examples and past exam answers

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g 2-level table (Intel processors) Level 1 table: 1024 entites, each of which points to a Level 2 page table. Level 2 table: 1024 entites, each of which points to a page Note - page tables at each level typically occupy one full page (4kB in this example) Another Example Given multi-level page table structure as described on the previous slide, how much memory is needed for the page table for a process using 512MB. Need 512MB... How many pages 512MB=2^9x2^20 & pages are 4k... 2^9x2^20/2^12 = 2^17 One second level table page holds entries... 4k/4 = 1k = 2^10 entries 2^17/2^10 = 2^7 Therefore... we need 7 second level pages 36bit physical address pages 8k page table entry 4k single level page table how much memory is used by the table. 2^32 addresses / 2^...
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