- 07/13/2019 at 9:53 pm #1440591EduGorillaKeymasterSelect Question Language :
A distinction is made between physical records and logical records. A logical record is a collection of related data elements treated as a conceptual unit, independent of how or where the information is stored. A physical record is a contiguous area of storage space that is defined by the characteristics of the storage device and operating system. Assume a disk system in which each physical record contains thirty 120-byte logical records. Calculate how much disk space (surfaces) will be required to store 300,000 logical records if the disk is fixed-sector with 512 bytes/sector, with 96 sectors/track, 110 tracks per surface, and 8 usable surfaces. Ignore any file header record(s) and track indexes, and assume that records cannot span two sectors.
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