deallocation

deallocation

[dē‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(computer science)
The release of a portion of computer storage or a peripheral unit from control by a computer program when it is no longerneeded.
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The final blow was the deallocation of coal blocks as per the Supreme Court order.
The deallocation of coal blocks by the Supreme Court last year was a disruptive change in the business environment for its aluminium business.
Memory allocation and deallocation in Android* always comes at a cost.
The DTS Characteristics field further comprises 4 bits of a DTS Length field that contains the number of superframe slots being requested for the DTS, 1 bit of a DTS Direction field that is set to 1 to show the frame transmission from the SN to the NC, 1 bit of Characteristics Type that is set 1 for DTS allocation and 0 for DTS deallocation, and 2 bits of a Reserved field.
would be taken against your company(ies) for deallocation," the coal ministry said in the notices to the companies on its website.
During a meeting with Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda here today, Jaiswal said that the government may reconsider the deallocation of two coal blocks to Jharkhand in view of special circumstances and reasons explained by the state for the delay.
The BigFiles package also handles allocation and deallocation of file descriptors, since the operating systems do not provide enough for our needs.
Otras caracteristicas: Analisis predictivo y correctivo de diversos componentes incluyendo CPU, RAM, E/S a traves de las tecnologias de Chipkill memory, Service processor, Dynamic Processor Deallocation, etc.
These common denominators consist of validation, exposure, randomness, and deallocation, resulting in the acronym VERDICT.
DADSM exits (pre- and post-processing exits as well as user-defined exits) enable SRM solutions to monitor space at allocation and deallocation to provide an accurate evaluation of an application's storage use versus its quota.
Dynamic Processor Deallocation, working with AIX, can automatically reassign tasks from a potentially failing processor so applications continue to run.