target drive

target drive

The drive containing the disk or tape onto which data are recorded. Contrast with source drive.
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Once you make this selection, it's time for selecting the target drive on which the write operation will be performed.
Scientists at the National Ignition Facility (NIF) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have successfully delivered an historic level of laser energy--more than 1 megajoule--to a target in a few billionths of a second and demonstrated the target drive conditions required to achieve fusion ignition.
Applying the third option to our Exchange example, the Exchange data would reside on an iSCSI target drive.
Separate IDE ports for each drive not only ensures compatibility without the need for changing jumper settings (all drives are jumpered as "master"), but the failure of one target drive will not affect the others.
Here, each write to a disk block needs to be written to the target drive and acknowledged, written to the source drive, then committed to both before any subsequent read or write I/O can be processed by the disk subsystem.
The target drive was then used to reconstruct the data; if the file directory was not recovered, engineers matched the jumbled data to file types in order to reconstruct the original files.
5" hard drive or SSD with either SATA or IDE interface, to a target drive of any kind.
The SOURCE and the TARGET drive slots are designed to accommodate standard 3.
It then copies the assigned image to the target PC and writes the configuration values to the target drive for later use by the configuration agent.
An optional Diagnostic WipeOut[TM] feature allows you to wipe a target drive to DoD specifications.
Whereas the standard mode is to copy an image from a master drive in the SOLO to a target drive, the tool will also allow this to be reversed with an image being copied from an external drive to a drive in the new product.
Each Verification Station[R] module uses an MD5 hash (or digital fingerprint) to compare the master and target drive.