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In practice redundancy is provided both in the form of additional connectivity from server to the network as well as in the servers themselves, using features like RAID 5 or better, distributed server ( multiple networked servers appearing as one server to the users ), VMWare High Availability and Fault Tolerance or Citrix XenApp's load balancing.
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practice and redundancy
The checksum algorithms that are most used in practice, such as Fletcher's checksum, Adler-32, and cyclic redundancy checks ( CRCs ), address these weaknesses by considering not only the value of each word but also its position in the sequence.
practice and is
As a word of caution, we should be aware that in actual practice no message is purely one of the four types, question, command, statement, or exclamation.
It will readily be seen that in this suggested network ( not materially different from some of the networks in vogue today ) greater emphasis on monitoring is implied than is usually put into practice.
The discrepancy between what we commonly profess and what we practice or tolerate is great, and it does not escape the notice of others.
What is more, the legends have become so sacrosanct that the very habit of self-examination or self-criticism smells of low treason, and men who practice it are defeatists and unpatriotic scoundrels.
My reply is that I associate myself with all those who affirm that Gentile-Jewish relations should contribute to the theory and practice of human dignity.
and, though he repeated, over and over again, the spectacular figures of industrial and agricultural production in 1980, the `` ordinary '' people in Russia are still a little uncertain as to how `` communism '' is really going to work in practice, especially in respect of food.
If this practice should take root and spread, the man who submits a manuscript to a publisher will find himself reviewed before he is accepted and publication will become a sort of post-mortem formality.
It should be enough to say that the practice of the state buying automobiles is at least forty years old.
The location of the latter now is determined for tax purposes at the time of registration, and it is now accepted practice to consider a motor vehicle as being situated where it is garaged.
This condition will undoubtedly continue until such time as a state uniform system of evaluation is established, or through mutual agreement of the local assessing officials for a method of standard assessment practice to be adopted.
To summarize, it may be said that there is no one prevailing practice in Rhode Island with respect to the taxation of movable property, that assessors would like to see an improvement, and of those who have an opinion, that assessment by the town of location is preferred on the basis of their present knowledge.
A second and also good practice is to shear off the tops, leaving an inch high stub with just a leaf or two on each branch.
The Targo is a good outfit for fun shooting or for economic wing-shooting practice, but it's tougher than it looks to run up a score on the clay birds.
Acreage in excess of the minimum is good practice as recreation areas are never too large for the future and it is often more economical to operate one large area than several small ones.
It is the classroom teacher, however, who has daily contacts with pupils, and who is in a unique position to put sound psychological principles into practice.
practice and provided
Consultants also benefited from the new system by being paid salaries that provided an acceptable standard of living without the need for them to resort to private practice.
Illegal and punishable crime is the violation of any rule of administrative, fiscal or criminal liability on the part of agents of the state or practice of any wrongdoing and notoriously harmful to self or against third parties, provided for in criminal law, since they practiced with guilt ( the first act that causes injury criminal actions or omissions to produce adequate evidence also illegal ).
Most churches in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States, also practice their own form of open communion, provided those who receive are baptized and believe in the Real Presence.
The valuable concepts behind RDP practice, in a short time provided the rationale for applicability of it in industries.
This portraiture of gladiators has been the highest interest in art for many centuries now, but it was Gaius Terentius who began the practice of having pictures made of gladiatorial shows and exhibited in public ; in honour of his grandfather who had adopted him he provided thirty pairs of Gladiators in the Forum for three consecutive days, and exhibited a picture of the matches in the Grove of Diana.
" Bahá ' u ' lláh thus provided for the progressive application of his laws ; for example certain Bahá ' í laws are only applicable to Middle Eastern Bahá ' ís such as the limit to the period of engagement, while any Bahá ' í may practice the laws if they so decide.
In practice many customers use multiple mainframes linked either by Parallel Sysplex and shared DASD ( in IBM's case ), or with shared, geographically dispersed storage provided by EMC or Hitachi.
In 1847 the privy council ordered all arrivals with clean bills from the Black Sea and the Levant to be admitted to free pratique, provided there had been no case of plague during the voyage ; and therewith the last remnant of the once formidable quarantine practice against plague may be said to have disappeared.
Students of the Sikh faith are told to accept all leading faiths as possible vehicles for attaining spiritual enlightenment, provided the faithful study, ponder and practice the teachings of their prophets and leaders.
What this means in practice, is that the Crown is passed to the firstborn, who would have preference over his siblings and cousins ; women can only accede to the throne provided they do not have any older or younger brothers ; and finally " regular order of representation " means that grandchildren have preference over the deceased King's parents, uncles or siblings.
In practice, thermodynamic calculations deal effectively with these complicated dynamic systems provided the equilibrium thermodynamic variables are nearly enough well-defined.
In practice, people often draw diagrams with the symbols provided by their CASE tool, but without the meanings those symbols are intended to provide.
While his schooling was in progress, Jardine was apprenticed to a surgeon who would provide housing, food, and the essential acquaintance with a hospital practice, with the money his older brother, David, provided.
The front of the " hull " was provided with a plastic window, but in practice it was found that water splashing onto it made this useless, and the driver instead had to take steering directions from the vehicle commander.
Szasz has indicated that his own views came from libertarian politics held since his teens, rather than through experience in psychiatry ; that in his " rare " contacts with involuntary mental patients in the past he either sought to discharge them ( if they were not charged with a crime ) or " assisted the prosecution in securing conviction " ( if they were charged with a crime and appeared to be prima facie guilty ); that he is not opposed to consensual psychiatry and " does not interfere with the practice of the conventional psychiatrist ", and that he provided " listening-and-talking (" psychotherapy ")" for voluntary fee-paying clients from 1948 until 1996, a practice he characterizes as non-medical and not associated with his being a psychoanalytically trained psychiatrist.
Nevertheless, it is unclear whether the simultaneous sounding of notes was part of ancient Greek musical practice ; " harmonía " may have merely provided a system of classification of the relationships between different pitches.
As more research and practice now converge in strong support of high-quality, systematic phonic work, schools can be conﬁdent that their investment in good-quality phonics training for teachers and in good systematic phonic programmes, whether commercial or provided by the National Strategies, will yield high returns for children.
The mother is provided custody by default with the child's access to the father not available or enforced in practice, even when there is a Court order to the effect.
This institution provided male-midwives or accoucheurs with an endless number of patients to practice their techniques on and also was a way for these men to demonstrate their knowledge.
In the US, 35 % of anesthetics are provided by physicians in solo practice, about 55 % are provided by anesthesia care teams ( ACTs ) with anesthesiologists medically directing anesthesiologist assistants or certified registered nurse anesthetists ( CRNAs ), and about 10 % are provided by CRNAs in solo practice.
practice and both
In the first subtype, the analyst ( following the practice of railroad analysis in this particular respect ) distributes both total operating costs and total annual capital costs ( including an allowance for `` cost of capital '' or `` fair rate of return '' ) among the different classes and units of service.
Although Utopian communism is both new in 1516 and also modern, it is not modern communism or even modern socialism, as they exist or have ever existed in theory or in practice.
This is true for two reasons: because Communism is both doctrinally, and in practice, antithetical to these conditions ; ;
The absence, during her childhood and early adolescence, of experiences in developing the self-discipline to complete tasks within her ability -- experiences that would have been subsequent sources of anticipation of achievement -- and her lack of childhood opportunities to practice autonomy and initiative in play and expression, both tend in her adolescence to deprive her of the freedoms to role-experiment and to fail occasionally in experimenting.
In cult practice, Delian Apollo and Pythian Apollo ( the Apollo of Delphi ) were so distinct that they might both have shrines in the same locality.
Among Classical Greeks, amazon was given a popular etymology as from a-mazos, " without breast ", connected with an etiological tradition that Amazons had their left breast cut off or burnt out, so they would be able to use a bow more freely and throw spears without the physical limitation and obstruction ; there is no indication of such a practice in works of art, in which the Amazons are always represented with both breasts, although the left is frequently covered ( see photos in article ).
However, the increasing prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections seen in clinical practice stems from antibiotic use both within human medicine and veterinary medicine.
Both groups practice Anglo-Saxon Theodism, and have members that have belonged to both the Winland Rice and the Ealdriht.
While services in the Temple in Jerusalem included musical instruments ( 2 Chronicles 29: 25 – 27 ), traditional Jewish religious services in the Synagogue, both before and after the destruction of the Temple, did not include musical instruments given the practice of scriptural cantillation.
There is a third view that sees merit in both arguments above and attempts to bridge them, and so cannot be articulated as starkly as they can ; it sees more than one Christianity and more than one attitude towards paganism at work in the poem, separated from each other by hundreds of years ; it sees the poem as originally the product of a literate Christian author with one foot in the pagan world and one in the Christian, himself a convert perhaps or one whose forbears had been pagan, a poet who was conversant in both oral and literary milieus and was capable of a masterful " repurposing " of poetry from the oral tradition ; this early Christian poet saw virtue manifest in a willingness to sacrifice oneself in a devotion to justice and in an attempt to aid and protect those in need of help and greater safety ; good pagan men had trodden that noble path and so this poet presents pagan culture with equanimity and respect ; yet overlaid upon this early Christian poet's composition are verses from a much later reformist " fire-and-brimstone " Christian poet who vilifies pagan practice as dark and sinful and who adds satanic aspects to its monsters.
As the game grew in popularity, it came under the ban of king and parliament, both fearing it might jeopardise the practice of archery, then so important in battle.
The names are indeed unattested in Persian texts as gods, however the Talmud ( Sanhedrin 61b ) and Rashi both record a practice of deifying Haman and Josephus speaks of him being worshipped.
The politics of Chile takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Chile is both head of state and head of government, and of a formal multi-party system that in practice behaves like a two-party one, due to binomialism.
The elections for Curule Aedile were at first alternated between Patricians and Plebeians, until late in the 2nd century BC, when the practice was abandoned and both classes became free to run during all years.
Still, both Mahayana and Theravada Buddhists consider that one may practice vegetarianism as part of cultivating Bodhisattvas's paramita.
John C. Hammond and Henry P. Field, both Amherst graduates, introduced Coolidge to the law practice in the county seat of Hampshire County.
This is not a recommended practice as disconnecting the serial lead from a powered drive and / or computer could result in destruction of one or both of the port chips in the disk drive.
In general, outside of editorial pages as described above, traditional newspapers do not use the term censorware in their reporting, preferring instead to use terms such as content filter, content control, or web filtering ; the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal both appear to follow this practice.
The Rigveda contains a reference to the emerging practice, in RV 10. 15. 14, where the forefathers " both cremated ( agnidagdhá -) and uncremated ( ánagnidagdha -)" are invoked.
During the first years in power, under Lenin's rule, the Central Committee was the key decision-making body in both practice and theory, and decisions were made through majority votes.