Logical Unit


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logical unit

[′läj·ə·kəl ′yü·nət]
(computer science)
An abstraction of an input/output device in the form of an additional name given to the device in a computer program.

Logical Unit

(networking)
(LU) A primary component of SNA, an LU is a type of NAU that enables end users to communicate with each other and gain access to SNA network resources.
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Unlike the IBM FAStT700, the CX600 can perform up to 100 snapshots per array, and up to eight snapshots per logical unit.
Administrators manage virtual logical unit numbers (LUNs) associated with servers or applications instead of specific physical arrays and drives:
The contract is the supply and installation contract - logical unit two interior equipment.
With Active-N, a "self-healing mesh" of up to 64 systems can concurrently process traffic, acting as a single, logical unit.
The contract is the supply of technology which creates a single logical unit consisting of the following parts:
Also included is the setup of any standard RAID configuration without interruption of server operations, full monitoring of component health via SES and SAF-TE industry standards, full Logical Unit Mapping (LUN), and a permanent database that provides means for tracking problem areas, balancing storage usage, and scheduling routine maintenance.