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Moving hardware context structures in memory while maintaining system operation

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #7681003.

An adapter includes registers, a local context table, and logic that allows copying hardware context structures from a first location in memory to a second location in memory while the computer system continues to run. The local context table in the adapter is loaded with a desired block of context entries from the first location in memory. Values in the registers cause the adapter to write this desired block of context entries to the second location in memory in a way that does not inhibit the operation of the computer system.

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