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Consider a single-level page table system, with the page table stored in the memory. If the hit rate to TLB is $80\%$, and it takes $15$ nanoseconds to search the $TLB$, and $150$ nanoseconds to access the main memory, then what is the effective memory access time, in nanoseconds? $185$ $195$ $205$ $175$
asked Nov 20, 2020 in Operating System jothee 87 views
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A CPU generates $32$-bit virtual addresses. The page size is $4$ KB. The processor has a Translation Look-aside Buffer (TLB) which can hold a total of $128$ page table entries and is $4$-way set associative. The minimum size of the TLB tag is $\text{11 bits}$ $\text{13 bits}$ $\text{15 bits}$ $\text{20 bits}$
asked Mar 30, 2020 in Operating System Lakshman Patel RJIT 306 views
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Write a program that can be used to compare the effectiveness of adding a tag field to $TLB$ entries when control is toggled between two programs. The tag field is used to effectively label each entry with the process id. Note that a nontagged $TLB$ can be ... your simulation behaves as expected for a simple (but nontrivial) input example. Plot the number of $TLB$ updates per $1000$ references.
asked Oct 26, 2019 in Operating System Lakshman Patel RJIT 98 views
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Write a program that demonstrates the effect of $TLB$ misses on the effective memory access time by measuring the per-access time it takes to stride through a large array. Explain the main concepts behind the program, and describe what you expect the output to ... . Repeat part $(b)$ but for an older computer with a different architecture and explain any major differences in the output.
asked Oct 26, 2019 in Operating System Lakshman Patel RJIT 135 views
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A computer whose processes have $1024$ pages in their address spaces keeps its page tables in memory. The overhead required for reading a word from the page table is $5\: nsec.$ To reduce this overhead, the computer has a $TLB,$ which holds $32$ (virtual page, physical page frame) pairs, and can do a lookup in $1\: nsec.$ What hit rate is needed to reduce the mean overhead to $2\: nsec?$
asked Oct 26, 2019 in Operating System Lakshman Patel RJIT 216 views
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You are given the following data about a virtual memory system: The $TLB$ can hold $1024$ entries and can be accessed in $1$ clock cycle $(1\: nsec).$ A page table entry can be found in $100$ clock cycles or $100\: nsec.$ The average page replacement time is $6\: msec.$ ... by the $TLB\:\: 99\%$ of the time, and only $0.01\%$ lead to a page fault, what is the effective address-translation time?
asked Oct 26, 2019 in Operating System Lakshman Patel RJIT 114 views
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Consider the following C program: int X[N]; int step = M; /* M is some predefined constant */ for (int i = 0; i < N; i += step) X[i] = X[i] + 1; If this program is run on a machine with a $4-KB$ page size and $64$-entry $TLB,$ what values ... $TLB$ miss for every execution of the inner loop? Would your answer in part $(a)$ be different if the loop were repeated many times? Explain.
asked Oct 26, 2019 in Operating System Lakshman Patel RJIT 63 views
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If a page is not present in the memory, then its corresponding entry in the page table would have the ‘Present’ bit set as 0 to indicate , the page is not present. Will this entry be considered for caching in TLB? As I understand from above line in Tanenbaum, The entry should not be present in TLB. Is my understanding right?
asked May 9, 2019 in Operating System Mayank0343 169 views
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Consider a paging system with the page table stored in memory. If a memory reference takes $200$ nanoseconds, how long does a paged memory reference take? If we add a Translation Lookaside Buffer (TLB) and $75$ percent of all page-table references are TLB hits, ... effective memory reference time? Assume that finding a page-table entry in the TLB takes $20$ nanoseconds, if the entry is present.
asked Apr 8, 2019 in Operating System akash.dinkar12 301 views
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A simplified view of thread states is $Ready$, $Running$, and $Blocked$,where a thread is either ready and waiting to be scheduled, is running on the processor, or is blocked (for example, waiting for I/O). This is illustrated in Figure 9.31. Assuming a thread is ... change? c. Will the thread change state if an address reference is resolved in the page table? If so, to what state will it change?
asked Mar 21, 2019 in Operating System akash.dinkar12 133 views
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Assume that a program has just referenced an address in virtual memory. Describe a scenario in which each of the following can occur. (If no such scenario can occur, explain why.) • $TLB$ miss with no page fault • $TLB$ miss and page fault • $TLB$ hit and no page fault • $TLB$ hit and page fault
asked Mar 21, 2019 in Operating System akash.dinkar12 82 views
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Given the following information: TLB hit rate 95%, TLB access time is 1 cycle. cache hit rate 90 %, cache access time is 1 cycle. When TLB and cache both get miss; page fault rate is 1% The TLB access and acache access are sequential. ... 75 cycles Access to hard drive requires 50,000 cycles. Compute the average memory access latencies when the cache is physically addresses (in cycles).
asked Mar 10, 2019 in CO and Architecture s_dr_13 409 views
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A demand paging uses a TLB and a single level page table stored in main memory. The memory access time is 5s. The page fault service time is 25s. If 70% of access is in TLB and of the remaining, 20% is not present in the main memory. The effective memory access time is? Thanks!
asked Jan 27, 2019 in Operating System Abhipsa 508 views
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Consider a system where TLB lookup time is $25$ ns and memory access time is $200$ ns, respectively. Assuming a virtual address space of $2$ KB, page size of $32$ bytes, and a PTE size of $2$ bytes, what is the minimum TLB hit ratio that results in an average v2p (virtual to physical) translation latency of $185$ ns?
asked Jan 13, 2019 in Operating System dd 229 views
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A computer system implements a 38 bit virtual address, page size of 16 KB, and 256 entries translation look aside buffer (TLB) organized into 32 sets each having 8 ways. If TLB tag does not store any process id. The minimum length of TLB tag in bits is____
asked Jan 11, 2019 in Operating System newdreamz a1-z0 105 views
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How they calculated time for number of levels?
asked Dec 16, 2018 in Operating System muthu kumar 718 views
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A TLB is a hardware device used for speeding up the conversation from virtual address to physical address. Consider a memory management unit where a memory reference takes 500 nanoseconds; TLB (Translation Look aside Buffer) reference takes 40 nanoseconds; and the hit-rate achieved with the ... no TLB ____ Here I got EMAT using TLB ==> 640ns EMAT wthout TLB ==> 1000ns how to calculate speed Up.?
asked Dec 13, 2018 in Operating System jatin khachane 1 311 views
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Why the formula used here is not P(10) + (1-P)(50) = 20 ?; A computer keeps its page tables in memory. The time required to read a word from the page table is 50ns. To reduce this overhead, the computer has a TLB, which holds 32 (virtual page, physical page frame) pairs and can do ... Solution: 10ns + (1 - p) 50ns = 20ns p =4/5 = .80 The TLB hit rate has to be 80% for a mean access time of 20ns.
asked Dec 3, 2018 in Operating System rahuljai 605 views
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A computer whose processes have 1024 pages in their address spaces keeps its page tables in memory. The overhead required for reading a word from the page table is 500 nsec. To reduce this overhead, the computer has tlb which holds 32 entries and can do look up in 100 nsec. What hit rate is needed to reduce the mean overhead to 200 nsec? can anyone solve this
asked Nov 28, 2018 in Operating System vijju532 245 views
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A computer system has TLB access time = 30 ns and the main memory access time is 150 ns and if the miss rate is 20 % the calculate the effective memory access time if 3 level of paging is applied. i am getting 270 ns
asked Nov 5, 2018 in Operating System Gurdeep Saini 260 views
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Which of the following is true? A. If the page size increases page fault rate may also increase. B. Multi-level paging optimizes program execution time. C. Dynamic linking increases program execution time.Correct Option D. TLB is a software data structure.
asked Jul 18, 2018 in Operating System Na462 496 views
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I know that every process has its own page table and but is it the same with TLB? Does every process have its own TLB or there is a master TLB which is used by all the processes?
asked Apr 6, 2018 in Operating System punkprincess 1.2k views
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First read this whole thing what I am writing below: Case 1: If we have to access unit address in memory using TLB and we assume that no page fault occurs then, EMAT=p( T+M )+( 1-p ) (T+M+M) T=TLB access time, M=memory access time( ... TLB and if there page fault occurs then how does the last calculated EMAT here affects the first Estimated memory access time which we have calculated using TLB?
asked Apr 5, 2018 in Operating System Akash Kumar Roy 1.1k views
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TLB IS EITHER HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE PLZ EXPLAIN BRIEFLY?????
asked Dec 16, 2017 in CO and Architecture Sunidhi chauhan 124 views
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compute system implement a 36-bit virtual address page size of 16KB and a 256-entry translation look aside buffer organized into 64 sets each having four ways.assume that the TLB tag does not store any process id. the minium length of the TLB tag in bits is?
asked Dec 12, 2017 in Operating System Akshay Koli 4 287 views
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