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GDB Topic:

Generally, Smaller block size results in low internal fragmentation as compared larger block sizes. Is it possible to have more internal fragmentation with a smaller Block size as compared to a larger Block size if
a) You are allowed to use typical block size values (multiple of 2) i.e. 512, 1024 or 2048 bytes?
b) You are allowed to use any block size value?
 
Support your answer with solid reasons for each of the two cases.
 
A concise, coherent and to the point answer is preferred over lengthy comments having irrelevant details.

GDB Topic: 

Generally, Smaller block size results in low internal fragmentation as compared larger block sizes. Is it possible to have more internal fragmentation with a smaller Block size as compared to a larger Block size if
a) You are allowed to use typical block size values (multiple of 2) i.e. 512, 1024 or 2048 bytes?
b) You are allowed to use any block size value?
 
Support your answer with solid reasons for each of the two cases.
 
A concise, coherent and to the point answer is preferred over lengthy comments having irrelevant details.


discuss your understanding about the GDB.....

The unused memory is termed as Internal Fragmentation.

If a program require 30 bytes of memory and there is 32 bytes filesystem, 2 bytes will be wasted.

maray to uper sa guzar gya ha

ajib e topic ha

koi acha sa theoratical topic dana chahiye tha

anyway plz give reviews bayshak 1 line ka e q na ho

first of all clear the question ???????????????????????

Is it possible to have more internal fragmentation using small block size...??? as compared to large block size ??

this generally not happened generally small block size results in low internal fragmentation as compared to large block size...

1. if we choose a block size that is power of two then Is it possible to have more internal fragmentation using small block size as compared to large block size????

2.  if we choose a block size any block size then Is it possible to have more internal fragmentation using small block size as compared to large block size????

pls share if you understood the solution

what about answers????????????

questions are cleared but answers are hidden no data on internet about answer!!!!

sparkle fairy .. .. what u understoodddd   .... :p hmy bhe bataiennnnn

i thnk ager small block size ma internal fragmentation nahi hoti to power 2 ho ya 3 ....

fragmentation kam ho gi

as in statement ham aik e dafa 512 ya 1024 data bej saktay han in k bit ya byte k lehaz sa

is sa kam kon sa level ha???????????any one know???

plz btao....

or kisi b size ki jahan baat ho ri ha whan pa ham yah likhan gay k

ager size bara ho ga to ho gi fragmentation or ager small ho ga to kam ho gi ya nahi ho gi

...mujay koi ya btaye k 2nd part ma power 2 ki refernce dani ha???

plz ulta sida jo b samj ati ha share karo ap log

The default is 256K and for minimum is A sub-block is 1/32 of the block size

mry khyal sy tu agr size fixed ho jay tu per tu internal fragmention ho gi because complete memory space use ho ge

laken agr size mater na kry tu us ma be ye zrori ha k default value 256 tak hne chaye

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