For example in figure 621 transfers between l1 and l0

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Unformatted text preview: ch we’ve shown in Figure 6.14. Each row in the table characterizes one of the 11 zones on the disk surface, in terms of the number of sectors in the zone, the range of logical blocks mapped to the sectors in the zone, and the range and number of cylinders in the zone. Zone number (outer) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (inner) 10 Sectors per track 504 476 462 420 406 392 378 364 352 336 308 Starting logical block 0 2,292,097 11,949,752 19,416,567 36,409,690 39,844,152 46,287,904 52,201,830 56,691,916 60,087,819 67,001,920 Ending logical block 2,292,096 11,949,751 19,416,566 36,409,689 39,844,151 46,287,903 52,201,829 56,691,915 60,087,818 67,001,919 71,687,339 Starting cylinder 1 381 2,079 3,431 6,816 7,524 8,899 10,208 11,240 12,047 13,769 Ending cylinder 380 2,078 3,430 6,815 7,523 8,898 10,207 11,239 12,046 13,768 15,042 Cylinders per zone 380 1,698 1,352 3,385 708 1,375 1,309 1,032 807 1,722 1,274 293 Figure 6.14: IBM Ultrastar 36LZX zone map. Source: DIXtrac automatic disk drive characterization tool [64]. The zone map confirms some inter...
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