Applicable release versions: AP
|Description||refers to the area that contains a list of unused frames.
The approach to handling the overflow table in AP varies greatly from R83. The overflow table is now handled as a b-tree, rather than as a finite set of overflow table entries.
It is possible to set a "reserve" block of overflow, in case the system runs out of disk (see "set-ovf-reserve").
Most importantly, the overflow table can be rebuilt if it should become necessary (see "rebuild-ovf").