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The injury was followed by a rain of fire crackers and missiles hurled by Apoel supporters onto the pitch forcing match official Demetris Mashias to interrupt the game and head for the dressing rooms.
The crash was a consequence of the CPU could not keep up generating and reacting to kernel interrupts as the stream of packets came.
The main cycle-waster associated with interrupts is in the size of the context that must be saved and restored.
Beyond interruption of criminal activity, incarceration also interrupts the individual's relationship patterns and processes.
Race-free status return enables the interrupts for multiple commands to be aggregated to increase performance.
6 and these drivers, the company claims that notification of an interrupt can be passed to an application program in an average of 11 [micro]s--a 90% reduction in the time required by the 2.
The microbe, Bacillus anthracis, produces a molecular complex that's called lethal toxin known to interrupt a cascade of signals inside macrophages, the immune cells that envelop and destroy bacteria (SN: 5/9/98, p.
No matter if you're sharing fab news or need budly advice, does she interrupt with, "That's nothing.
INTEGRITY delivers maximum responsiveness and determinism by running with interrupts continuously enabled and guaranteeing access to the CPU and memory for critical tasks.
The entrance is located on the boulevard and interrupts the undulations on the false facade.
Most operating systems use interrupts to internally schedule the performance of tasks related to I/O events, and particularly the invocation of network protocol software.
Leptin, Rubinstein said, interrupts the gluconeogenesis function of insulin.