In computing ‘Cache’ memory comes under the dynamic memory similar to Random-Access-Memory (RAM) and stores the ‘frequently’ accessed contents since the contents are frequently accessed the processor picks the contents from Cache instead of RAM. This increases the processing speed. Storing the contents in the Cache depends on various fundas like spatial, temporal characteristics. Also this Cache gets refreshed periodically.
In normal PCs the ‘Cache size’ is in the order of Kilo Bytes (KBs). With the kind of scale Google is operating, I am just wondering what would be the size of the Cache. I am sure it will be really huge size and maintaining that much huge cache is a really a very difficult task. I wonder how Google does that.
In the mean time can anyone help me to get the ‘Cache’ size of Google?