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hot backup

Backing up a database that is actively being used. Contrast with cold backup.
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When sensors are in the same architecture, the steady-state availability of the hot backup of graphic processing modules is higher than that of nonbackup; when graphic processing modules are in the same architecture, the steady-state availability of the mutual backup of sensors is higher than nonjudgment mutual backup and nonbackup of sensors.
"We were deeply integrate our Oracle backup software, and add some extended hot backup functions for Hyper-V virtual machines and arrays.
Hot Backup Now Supports Multiple Directories (Enterprise Edition) Adds the capability to backup differing tokudb_data_dir, tokudb_log_dir, and binary log folder.
For the Oracle Database 11G, we used information gleaned from the database training class and ran the database in archive log mode, which enables hot backup (also called a dynamic backup), point-in-time recovery and scheduled daily backup.
has announced the full certification of its MySQL hot backup plug-in with the MySQL Network Silver Certified Partner program.
During a backup, the applications on the servers being backed up are either in degraded mode (e.g., a database is put into hot backup mode) or are shut down (called a cold backup).
It will need 10,000 2MW wind turbines to meet the 20% aspiration and we shall have to provide (build) another almost 20,000 MW of fossilfuel hot backup generation to cover low wind periods (a lot of them).
Fairbanks may serve as a subservicer on S&P-rated transactions with an appropriate master or hot backup servicer on the transaction, RMBS transactions rated by S&P that are currently being serviced by Fairbanks are not affected by this ranking action.
They use an Oracle hot backup, which backs up all data from the point at which the last backup was made, said Watts.
Among them, the 48,000- circulation Muskegon (Mich.) Chronicle installed an IQue editorial system consisting of 61 workstations using NewsEditPro IQue with hot backup and 27 workstations using pagination XTensions, DragX, and QTools.
There are two types of backup typically used at a central station: redundancy and hot backup.
The idea was pretty simple: Take musicvideos and answer all those questions you always wondered about, as Thompson explains, "Like, did the director get that hot backup singer's phone number after the shoot?"