LXC


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LXC

(LinuXContainers) The OS virtualization capability built into the Linux operating system. See OS virtualization.
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LXC offers many of the benefits of virtualization, but with some limits: The underlying OS is a specific "shared" Linux kernel.
Effect of the LXC mixture on cell cycle progression was evaluated by performing flow cytometry analysis by exposing the cells to propidium iodide (PI) for 72 h, according to a protocol described by Azzolin et al.
This document investigates the possibility to configure SR-IOV with LXC in the CERN environment with the most recent flavour of the operating system used at CERN (CERN CentOS* 7).
Of course, it is impractical for institutions to change the titles of already existing programs (e.g., LxC at University of Binghamton).
Making his second appearance as part of the LXC series, Filipino American star San Juan was his typically uninhibited self and received a fantastic response from the audience.
Os modelos ajustados entre os teores de clorofilas a, b e totais, expressos em unidades de area e de massa fresca, e os valores de leitura do SPAD502 e da relacao [h.sup.0]/(LxC) do colorimetro Minolta CR-400 apresentaram valores similares de [R.sup.2], em ambas as faces da folha (Figuras 2 e 3).
Na tabela 4, foi usado o teste Quiquadrado de independencia particao lxc, para verificar se existe associacao entre classificacao da escala de Borg e generos.
Shirley, MM and Xu, LXC. 2001: Empirical effects of performance-contracts: Evidence from China.
Other Brutus stands include the DLX, LXC, Baby Brutus, and the 15 foot Deluxe Ladder Stand.
Another protein, called Lxc (formerly called Bof and located within the ImmT region of P1), enhances binding of C1 repressor to certain operator sites along the DNA and is sometimes referred to as a corepressor.
Users may now enter an abbreviated form - LXC - of the LEXCITE command when using the LEXCITE feature.
Then, the output of a DSN module is [y.sub.i] = [U.sup.T][h.sub.i], where [h.sub.i] = [sigma]([W.sub.T][x.sub.i]) is the ith hidden layer output, U is a LxC weight matrix at the upper layer, W is a DxL weight matrix at the lower layer, and [sigma](x) is the sigmoid function.