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2 days ago by e2b
filesystems - Internal and external fragmentation - Stack Overflow
Internal fragmentation: Typical paper book is a collection of pages (text divided into pages). When a chapter's end isn't located at the end of page and new chapter starts from new page, there's a gap between those chapters and it's a waste of space — a chunk (page for a book) has unused space inside (internally) — "white space"
External fragmentation: Say you have a paper diary and you didn't write your thoughts sequentially page after page, but, rather randomly. You might end up with a situation when you'd want to write 3 pages in row, but you can't since there're no 3 clean pages one-by-one, you might have 15 clean pages in the diary totally, but they're not contiguous
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6 days ago by negril

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