system catalog

system catalog

[′sis·təm ′kad·əl‚äg]
(computer science)
An index of all files controlled by the operating system of a large computer.

system catalog

(database)
The data dictionary of a DBMS. The system catalogue stores meta-data including the schemas of the databases. It is a mini-database, and is usually stored using the DBMS itself in special tables called system tables. It maybe referred to as being "on line", as it is active, and can be queried by users like any other table.
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the requirements for the devices can be found in the list of services and the system catalog. all equipment is procured through a rental agreement that includes the following: 1) procurement of the hardware including service and maintenance of the equipment; 2) procurement of software solutions (eg pull printing, device management software); 3) automated supplies procurement (without paper and staples).
Storage-related information is available to DBAs from multiple sources including the System Catalog, statistics, and operating system utilities, but the details are scattered all over the place and it can be difficult to gain a complete, accurate, and up-to-date picture.
Scott, the systems librarian at Laurentian University (Ontario, Canada), was looking for a backup catalog to provide stability to the college's proprietary library system catalog. While attending the code4lib 2007 conference, he learned about the open source server Solr at a workshop presentation by Casey Durfee (Open Source Endeca in 250 Lines or Less).
It quickly became apparent to me that the proprietary library system catalog I had assumed responsibility for suffered from a stability problem.
Lynch and Preston (1990) note that, by 1989, the Colorado Association of Research Libraries (CARL) catalogs and the University of California system catalog (MELVYL) were available on the Internet via the telnet protocol.
Imagine uploading your raw digital photos to an archive, and having the system catalog and store them.
The requirements for the devices can be found in the list of services together with the system catalog. All equipment is procured through a rental agreement that includes: 1) procurement of hardware including service and maintenance of the equipment; 2) procurement of software solutions (eg pull printing, Scanning system); 3) consumables (without paper and staples) the objective is to implement an economical, Consistent and high-quality output management service, Taking into account current technologies.
Typical statistical details stored in the system catalog include:
Prior information notice without call for competition for Provision of Technology services and functional development and technical support and ongoing management, Information System catalog Corporate Resources (S.I CRC).
Benefits, subject to this consultation, include - The provision of a backup system catalog and options based on EVault Plug-N-Protect and Satellite technologies;- Providing a catalog of services installation, configuration and integration;- Support and maintenance - - For each equipment acquired as part of this market;- - Maintenance recovery equipment already in production.
- the provision of a backup system catalog and options based on EVault Plug-N Technologies -Protect and Satellite;
A subsequent integration into a system catalog from the universities of Leipzig must be guaranteed.