Which of the following is the correct block size in database disk storage?
(C) 4096 bytes/4 KB
- A block (cluster) is a unit of memory used to specify the cluster of one or more sectors (physical disk area). Block is the term used by operating systems to specify the minimal size of memory that can be accessible from hard disk.
- Sector is the minimal size of physical storage (hard disk) and is the subdivision of a track of the hard disk.