live system

live system

[′līv ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A computer system on which all testing has been completed so that it is fully operational and ready for production work. Also known as production system.
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Pigging systems are used to insert a pipeline inspection gauge (PIG) into a live system transporting gas or liquid media in order to perform various maintenance operations.
A test bed will demonstrate clearly the ergonomics of a new carton live system and give customers the chance to refine the design into a system that meets their needs exactly.
Director Karen Hindhaugh said: "The main benefit of using the computer is that it is a live system, which cuts out hours of data processing.
For the home care products, the RePower & Color Live system features regeneration technology, which provides weak or limp hair with strength, fullness and color protection.
According to the company, the order is for an IN system across two locations in Germany, as well as a smaller capacity test system that mirrors the live system.
Using a live system that finds and fixes errors within the monthly billing cycle, TeraMatch takes the billing data from the carriers and matches it against the customer's call data.
How do yon trust the flies you road from a live system and not destroy valuable tracking data?
444, in the paragraph entitled "Meeting the Requirements": The most widely used ERP system, SAP, does not provide a means to store files sequentially once removed from the live system (such as during archiving).
It allows users to conduct live system tests to pinpoint problems and eliminate miswiring and other mistakes, she explained.
Live system testing began in April 2001 and ended six months later.
It also features the live system from SuSE Linux which allows the operating system to be booted directly from CD-ROM without installing it on the hard disk.