LBA (logical block addressing) - Term Description

What is: LBA (logical block addressing)
Defines the address of the device by the linear mapping of sectors. Not all systems support this form of translation. The Cylinder, Head and Sector (CHS) geometry of the drive, as presented to the host, differs from the actual physical geometry.

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 LAN Local Area Network LBA (logical block addressing)  128. LDAP (lightweight directory access protocol)
 local area network (LAN)  local backup logical address
 logical sector  LTO (Linear Tape-Open) LUN (logical unit number)

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