block device

block device

A peripheral device that transfers a group of bytes (block, sector, etc.) of data at a time such as a disk. Contrast with character device.
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Surveys taken at past OpenStack Summits have shown that OpenStack users overwhelmingly prefer Ceph as their block device for OpenStack cloud deployments.
A hybrid approach--indexes in DRAM and data in DRAM or Flash memory--combined with a proprietary log structured file system for highly parallelized raw block device access to Solid State Disks (SSDs) ensures that 99.
24 percent) companies are most likely to deprovision the devices themselves, while in Canada (50 percent) and Germany (31 percent) IT staff are most likely to configure firewalls or other internal systems to block device access.
Block device pass through is now supported through a new scsi-block device.
Using a network-mirrored block device which employs synchronous data replication transparent to the file system, it leverages this technology with the open-source Linux Heartbeat package to provide businesses with the seamless redundancy of a database server and its applications; all data is synchronously written to both nodes, with automatic failover handled by Linux Heartbeat in a matter of seconds.
The RFID block device is a UHF RFID reader/ writer designed to interface with a PC or laptop via USB connection.
The book only makes a quick mention about DRBD, which is a replicated block device commonly used in Linux-based HA clusters.
I use a magazine block device, which requires you to single load the rifle for each round, but it doesn't really slow the firing process down that much, and the LTR, weighing in at 7.
Features include 216 pin-driving capability for four or eight site gang programming using one or two modules, true Universal Gang architecture supporting any programmable memory and microcontroller device, high density devices up to 256 Mbyte, multi-cycle addressing and serial format, smart media support, random bad block device programming and diagnostic capability on board for rapid device error analysis.
The GPS unit includes the required PPS security module, an Auxiliary Output Chip (AOC), a combined PPS/AOC device, the Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (Saasm) and a Saasm code block device.
The storage in this case is not simply a block device, it is a special-purpose computer with an embedded file system.