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Answer / jynthe
A cluster can be thought of as a logical dataset consisting
of two separate physical datasets namely data component and
Data component contains the actual data, and the index
component contains the index(ie) the key values which we
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Answer / guest
A cluster is the combination of the index, sequence set and
data portions of the dataset. The operating system gives
program access to the cluster, ie. to all parts of the
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