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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Logical unit: Handling Handling equipment electric manual VZV; Hand pallet truck.
provision of necessary materials and spare parts, all on the logical unit equipment water and sludge management at detmarovice power station, in order to ensure the required function of this equipment while maintaining all operational parameters of this equipment, such as its safety, reliability, reliability, availability, durability and economics of operation given by technical conditions and power systems.
Each SCSI target is mapped to LUNs (Logical Unit Numbers) and LUNs are mapped to physical disk drives.
the subject of the public contract is divided into the following logical units (including implementation of supplies and related support) including shared cyber security services and services that the contracting authority will be entitled (but not obliged) to draw under art.
As a configuration of up to four arithmetic logical units is possible, outstanding safety, operability and ease of maintenance are achieved.
VCA 2.0 creates a virtual pool of logical units (LUNs) along with offering TRIM command support, which works independently of controller firmware, handling the "garbage collection" overhead.
Time has to be divided into logical units that follow heavenly bodies' movements, and the calendar should align with the tropical year, which determines the seasons, without annual intervention from astronomers, he says.
In instances where a substantial amount of information is being presented (association bylaws, performance competition guidelines and so forth) break the text into logical units of information.
-- Task Based Team Coordination that enables webmasters and project managers to assign logical units of work, or tasks, to individual members of the extended web team and to coordinate large, diverse and distributed teams of contributors.