Re: Brussels is evil I tell you!
63 posts • joined 3 Nov 2015
What he's talking about is the idea of writing to RAM like all programs do now along with that memory accessing operation doubling as an IO operation.
Say I have a program written in C. This program uses a memory pointer to write some value to an in-memory data structure. Now if you stop the program and restart it that same data structure now contains the updated value. No POSIX interface, no SCSI layer, no IO stack involved.
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