Solve Dmserver.dll Error Messages
The module dmserver.dll contains functions for the implementation of Logical Volume Manager. In line with computer storage Logical Volume Management or LVM is a method wherein a user can allocate space on mass storage devices that is more flexible and customize according to the need in size compared to conventional partitioning schemes.
In using the module dmserver.dll a volume manager can link into a series, stripe together or otherwise combine disk partitions into larger virtual ones that can be resized whenever it is needed or moved to other location possible while it is being used. It is with this structure that Volume Management is one of the many forms of storage virtualization which is the one implemented as a layer in the operating system disk driver stack.
According to the design the implementation of the module dmserver.dll identified as Logical Volume Manager shares the same basic and really starts with the Physical Volume (PV), where it can be identified as from hard disk partitions, Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) devices or a Storage Area Network (SAN).
Physical Volumes (PV) are then split into chunks called Physical Extents (PE) while some volume managers has a uniform Physical Extents (PE) implementation while others like with the Veritas will have variably sized Physical Extents (PE) that can be split or ever merged.
In normal circumstances the file dmserver.dll uses Physical Extents (PE) to simply mapped out one-to-one to the so called Logical Extents (LE). Virtually multiple PE is mapped to each Logical Extents (LE).
This Physical Extents (PE) was derived from a Physical Volume Group (PVG) which is a same sized Physical Volume (PV) which act as would hard disks in RAID1 array. Physical Volume Group (PVG) is usually plotted so that they reside on different disks and/or with data buses for maximum redundancy.
Dmserver.dll is created by:
Microsoft Support Site
Known file path:
C:\ Windows\ system32\ dmserver.dll
What is a DLL?
Your operating system comes pre-installed with Microsoft DLL’s and most third party programs also install DLL’s.
DLL (Dynamic Link Library) is Microsoft’s implementation of the shared library concept. Meaning there’s a DLL library on your computer and each DLL can be shared among different Microsoft and third party programs. This shared library method helps your computer run faster by having fewer operations running at the same time.
When a DLL is missing or corrupt it may show an error message and programs may fail or crash.
Because DLL’s are shared, one missing or corrupt DLL may affect multiple programs on your computer.
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