The cache manager uses the following data structures to keep track of cached files:
Each 256-KB slot in the system cache is described by a VACB.
Each separately opened cached file has a private cache map, which contains information used to control read-ahead (discussed later in the chapter).
Each cached file has a single shared cache map structure, which points to slots in the system cache that contain mapped views of the file.
These structures and their relationships are described in the next sections.
The cache manager keeps track of the state of the views in the system cache by using an array of data structures called virtual address control blocks (VACBs). During system initialization, the cache ...