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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_memory

In computing, virtual memory (also virtual storage) is a memory management technique that .... If it is in real memory, the page table entry will contain the real memory address at which the page is stored. ... buffers located at physical memory addresses; regardless of whether the bus has a memory management unit for I/O, ...

searchstorage.techtarget.com/definition/virtual-memory

This definition explains what virtual memory is and how it is used to extend RAM ... Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and the transfer of my information to the United ... Each page is stored on a disk and when the page is needed, the OS copies it ...

www.quora.com/Where-does-virtual-memory-exists

Virtual Memory · Memory (information storage) ... The reason why virtual memory is called virtual is it doesn't exist! ... It is referencable by different processes and process doesn't need to care about anything on where variable should be stored.

unix.stackexchange.com/questions/69206/where-is-the-virtual-memory-stored-on-hard-drive

Pages of process memory may be displaced from the RAM to the disk. This is called swapping or paging (the terms are essentially synonymous). The data is ...

computer.howstuffworks.com/question684.htm

When you have enough RAM for your needs, virtual memory works beautifully. When you don't, the operating system has to constantly swap information back ...

computer.howstuffworks.com/virtual-memory.htm

Learn about virtual memory, how your computer uses virtual memory and how ... to constantly swap information back and forth between RAM and the hard disk.

science.jrank.org/pages/1698/Computer-Memory-Physical-Virtual-Memory.html

Physical and virtual memory are forms of memory (internal storage of data). ... When information is needed in RAM, the exchanges system rapidly swaps blocks of ... of stored data to a virtual address maintained by the virtual-memory process.

stackoverflow.com/questions/17856167/where-does-virtual-memory-exist-in-linux

The virtual memory is a view of the RAM plus maybe some swap ... so that contiguos virtual pages need to be stored in contiguos RAM areas.

www.bbc.com/education/guides/zmb9mp3/revision/8

Virtual memory is much slower than main memory because processing power is being taken up by moving data around, rather than just executing instructions.