Definitions for "Logical disk"
(n.) A section of a formatted disk allocated by the software. Also called a partition.
an array of fixed size data blocks, which processes may use to stably store persistent data
A set of contiguous chunks on a physical disk. Logical disks are used in array implementations as constituents of logical volumes or partitions. Logical disks are normally transparent to the host environment, except when the array containing them is being configured.