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Links 1 through 10 of 62 by Ken Robson tagged systems

A system is an entity which maintains its existence
through the mutual interaction of its parts.
The key emphasis here is one of "mutual interaction," in that something is occurring between the parts, over time, which maintains the system. A system is different than a heap or a collection, mostly.

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If you’ve used Linux for very long, chances are you’ve seen changes to the way Linux handles device files. In Linux’s early days, device files were just ordinary files with appropriate attributes set, created by the mknod command in the /dev directo

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The scope of this article comprises changes to the Windows Vista™ kernel only, specifically Ntoskrnl.exe and its closely associated components. Please remember that there are many other significant changes in Windows Vista that fall outside the kernel p

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Yesterday morning I ran across what sounded like an interesting story from Hewlett-Packard's labs that seemed to involve a possible transistor replacement, nanotechnology, and the indefinite furtherance of Moore's Law. I ultimately decided to skip it, tho

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The following are presentations from the Xen Summit of Fall 2006, hosted by Intel Corp and XenSource, San Jose, September 7th and 8th, 2006. Presentations are ordered roughly in the order in which they were made at the summit. Copyright in all materials i

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The idea behind the Wikipedia, a collaborative, community-built encyclopedia, is being applied by a tools vendor for untangling system problems.

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This article will cover some of the more common design criteria and best practices you should consider when designing and acquiring a console infrastructure. Console servers, although little known outside the datacenter, provide key services to quick reco

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This technical note introduces the reader to the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) Common Information Model (CIM). This note describes the benefits of CIM and explains how to position CIM within a corporate management infrastructure.

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It’s no secret that today’s organizations are being forced to do more with less. In the information technology (IT) environment, this means companies must coax ever more value out of existing systems.

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Welcome to the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) CIM Tutorial. This tutorial will familiarize you with the DMTF, its organization, standards and initiatives.

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