From: Vijai Kalyan (vijai.kalyan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-24 10:09:05
> What do you mean by disk one?
I guess the OP is thinking of a particular use of B-tree's where each
node of the B-tree is ~one disk cluster. I think this is commonly used
to optimize disk access for data in databases, filesystems etc when
the B-tree is very large and cannot completely be stored in-memory.
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