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boot time

The time it takes for a device to be ready to operate after the power has been turned on. See boot.
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This is because virtualising XenApp causes a storage bottleneck that increases provisioning times, extends boot times and can reduce the number of XenApp sessions per server.
0 also includes a revolutionary management tool that allows critical system files, like the Paging File, to be scheduled remotely for defragmentation during boot time.
These critical NT files can be safely defragmented at boot time and should be, as they are especially vulnerable to fragmentation.
Additionally, both MXK-F models increase uplink capacity to more than 300 Gigabits per second (Gbps), reduce boot time by 80 percent and support nearly five times the number of connected devices.
Other features include a weight of less than three pounds, a backlit keyboard and a six to seven second boot time.
It can also improve boot time for traditional code-shadow applications.
With no moving parts, the technology offers more than four times greater shock resistance as well as greater energy efficiency, significantly lighter weight and twice as fast boot time for the Windows Vista operating system.
In addition, the new version offers faster boot time.
2 increases user acceptance and user productivity by offering faster boot time.
Now, Logic PD's SOM customers can reduce the boot time required for battery-powered devices to less than 1 second.
In the Boot Storm performance test, which compared the virtual machine startup times against a baseline measurement, Symantec s offering delayed the boot time of virtual machines an average of 3x longer than with no security software; Trend Micro delayed virtual machine startup time by 4x the baseline.
However, the combination of virtualizing XenApp, upgrading to Windows Server 2008 and shared storage introduces performance issues with provisioning, boot time and application response time for IO bound applications.