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a narrow stretch of road or a junction at which traffic is or may be held up
What does it mean when you dream about a bottleneck?
A bottleneck may mean the dreamer is squeezing through a tight situation.
A section of reduced diameter in a drill pipe that is caused by excessive longitudinal strain or a combination of such strain and irregular swaying of the mechanism.
bottleneckA lessening of throughput. It often refers to networks that are overloaded, which is caused by the inability of the hardware and transmission channels to support the traffic. It can also refer to a mismatch inside the computer where slower-speed peripheral buses and devices prevent the CPU from being used to its fullest capacity.
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NDAS eliminates the bottleneck effect
, typical in NAS, caused by excessive CPU data processing, by connecting directly to a network without a separate CPU or memory.
The emitting server is subject to a bottleneck effect
, which can cause the Webcast to fail.
High-traffic sites are frequently troubled with a bottleneck effect
caused by end-users trying to access large amounts of data through one server.