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    Disk Sim


    Plz can any one help me regarding how to use disk sim...

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    Please be more specific. What do you mean by "disk sim"?
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    Question Sorry for delayed reply ..couldnt access internet fr many days

    DiskSim is an efficient, accurate, highly-configurable disk system simulator originally developed at the University of Michigan ....

    More aboout it
    pdl.cmu.edu/DiskSim

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    I doubt anyone here has used that yet but I could be wrong and it wouldn't be the first time. I think your best bet would be to check the download after you extract it, look for two files named INSTALL and README and read them, they *usually* come with the sourcecode and explain how to install/configure and other info.
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    Looks interesting enough. The real URL is: Parallel Data Lab Project: DiskSim

    I've never heard about it until now, but there is a huge body of research projects like this out there, and CMU is one of the best universities for advanced system architecture projects. Here is a link to the documentation: http://www.pdl.cmu.edu/PDL-FTP/Drive...PDL-08-101.pdf
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