logical device


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logical device

A subcomponent of a physical device that has its own address or ID. For example, SCSI devices can be broken up into 8 or 16 logical unit numbers (see SCSI). See logical drive and logical volume.
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Presentation services are done in the network, and the logical devices are mapped to external storage devices.
In fact, there are today three implementations of device-level virtualization where logical devices and physical devices exist within the span-of-control of the virtualization engine.
Again, the role SMDS plays is that of a convenient, widely available method of connecting logical devices to other logical devices.
The host and applications "see" the logical devices as physical devices and treat them as if they were real.
Unlike striped logical devices on other storage systems, Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning software ensures that disk array groups may be of any RAID level (10, 5, 6), providing customers with maximum flexibility across their storage deployments.
This version deciphers the complex associations between host volumes and their RAID levels, storage array logical devices and their RAID levels, and replication levels supported by EMC BCVs and SRDFs.
Automated supply-to-demand mapping of storage array logical devices to host volumes
Available now, Time Navigator for EMC Fastrax backs up Oracle databases and EMC Symmetrix logical devices.
Dissimilar Machine Support provides the user with an interface for re-mapping old logical devices onto different or new physical devices.
The devices may be in-system programmed using Atmel's ADH2200E programming kit or industry standard programmers from Advantech, Advin, BP Microsystems, Data I/O, Logical Devices, Needham, Stag, System General and others.
Well-known companies represented in the handbook include: Advanced Transdata, BP Microsystems, Data I/O, HI-TECH Software, Diversified Engineering, IAR Systems, Logical Devices Inc.