Data associated for address mapping of physical memory devices.
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no such table: memory_device_mapped_addresses
- Mac OSX
|handle||TEXT||Handle, or instance number, associated with the structure|
|memory_device_handle||TEXT||Handle of the memory device structure associated with this structure|
|memory_array_mapped_address_handle||TEXT||Handle of the memory array mapped address to which this device range is mapped to|
|starting_address||TEXT||Physical stating address, in kilobytes, of a range of memory mapped to physical memory array|
|ending_address||TEXT||Physical ending address of last kilobyte of a range of memory mapped to physical memory array|
|partition_row_position||INTEGER||Identifies the position of the referenced memory device in a row of the address partition|
|interleave_position||INTEGER||The position of the device in a interleave, i.e. 0 indicates non-interleave, 1 indicates 1st interleave, 2 indicates 2nd interleave, etc.|
|interleave_data_depth||INTEGER||The max number of consecutive rows from memory device that are accessed in a single interleave transfer; 0 indicates device is non-interleave|
Select all the results for the given table.
SELECT * FROM memory_device_mapped_addresses;