IN 1995, WHEN I WAS IN MY SECOND YEAR IN COLLEGE, I was introduced to UNIX network programming.
In C, you could create sockets to open TCP connections to servers and code the servers that
accepted these connections. I remember the excitement I felt the fi rst time I created a TCP server: I
could accept connections and receive and send messages on them.
If I wanted my server to accept many concurrent connections, the common solution was to use
threads, and soon I had created my fi rst multi-threaded TCP server.
Step by Step instructions to install Oracle Applications R12(12.1.1) on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 are described in this article. This is a single node installation, meaning that the database, all product directories and AD core directories, and all servers (concurrent processing, forms, and Web) are installed on a single node under one common APPL_TOP.
The database node and the Applications node can be installed on the same machine. This type of installation is generally used for small systems or for demonstration purposes.
How to Download and Install NX10.0 covers the necessary steps to get NX 10.0 installed on a Windows client. It is divided into four sections: Introduction, Downloading NX 10.0, Installing NX 10.0, Installing NX 10.0 Documentation (Help). The installation of the SPLM License Server is not covered in this document as it may already be installed on a local area networked server.
This document describes the tasks to install Oracle Database
10g Standard Edition on a Windows two-node cluster, using
Real Application Clusters (RAC) and Automated Storage
Management (ASM). This install also builds a general purpose
starter database with the Sample Schemas included and with
automatic disk backup enabled.
Core support: CPU, Memory, Process.
Management , Interrupt/Exception Handling etc.
Dynamically Loadable Kernel Modules.
User Mode Access to kernel facilities.
System Calls and Signals.
Filesystem Device Nodes.
Are not accessed through a device node but instead are accessed.
through a “network interface” abstraction.
The ease or difﬁculty of packet snooping (also known as eavesdropping) on networks
depends largely on the technology implemented. Shared media networks are particularly
susceptible to eavesdropping because this type of network transmits packets everywhere
along the network as they travel from the origin to the ﬁnal destination. When concentrators
or hubs are used in a shared media environment (such as FDDI, 10BASE-T, or 100-Mbps
Ethernet), it can be fairly easy to insert a new node with packet-capturing capability and
then snoop the trafﬁc on the network.
Packet snooping can be detected in certain instances, but it usually occurs without anyone
knowing. For packet snooping to occur, a device must be inserted between the sending and
receiving machines. This task is more difﬁcult with point-to-point technologies such as
serial line connections, but it can be fairly easy with shared media environments. If hubs or
concentrators are used, it can be relatively easy to insert a new node. However, some
devices are coming out with features that remember MAC addresses and can detect whether
a new node is on the network.
The program director is responsible for implementing and ensuring compliance with policies and
procedures for grievance and due process, duty hours, selection, evaluation and promotion of
residents, disciplinary action and supervision of residents. See IR II.A-D. for minimum
institutional requirements. Institutions and/or programs may have more extensive policies and
procedures. These policies and procedures should be given to all residents and faculty in print
format or made available on a residency program website to ensure they are knowledgeable
about these important issues.
ADC OmniReach™ solutions for MDU and CPE applications provide high performance interconnection of fiber cables and
equipment at multiple dwelling units and within building environments. These solutions support both low and high fiber count
applications and include compact, environmentally protective enclosures, high performance cable assemblies and connectivity
components. With pre-terminated solutions from ADC, distribution nodes can be added to the network quickly and with
increased reliability, reducing overall installation and long-term maintenance costs....
Head nodes are used to host applications that may not typically be thought of as part of database management
systems. Head nodes extend the functional capabilities of the DBMS to include sophisticated and specialized
software capabilities that might otherwise be beyond the domain of commodity DBMS features. Examples are Web
application servers and business intelligence solutions.
Head nodes are often implemented using discrete hardware and operating system configurations (for example, an
Intel processor running Windows XP).
The DSX-3 is a common point in central offices or network nodes that provides the
• Termination of a variety of equipment referred to as network elements (NE). The NE
are permanently cabled to this common point during the initial installation and remain
terminated at the DSX-3 for the life of the equipment.
• Cross-connection of two NE together to configure a circuit. The cross-connect jumper is
a semi-permanent connection that may be changed as the telephone network evolves and
circuits are re-configured to meet service demands.
The NCX-1000 is a passive fiber-to-the node (FTTN) service delivery cabinet that is easily placed in
the feeder or distribution plant to support any re-sectionalizing or broadband overbuild application.
It is typically installed with an adjunct DSLAM cabinet or remote terminal that houses a broadband
DSLAM. The compact cabinet is designed for FTTN applications where re-sectionalizing the
network requires either a new cross connect interface with a 1:2 ratio of feeder to distribution
pairs or for 1:1 ratios where ADC’s patented Distribution Intercept (DI) service delivery solution is
Managing, Administering, and Maintaining a Hyper-V Host Server
Manager. To check for an update to the device driver for the network adapter, follow these steps: 1. Expand the Network Adapters node in Device Manager. 2. Select the network adapter to check. 3. Select Action, Update Driver Software from the menu. 4. Click Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software. 5. Click Yes, Always Search Online (Recommended). 6. Install the update if found. 7. Click Close to exit the wizard.
Many times, the latest version of the driver will already be installed.
However, in many multi-building installations where a central control capability is de-
sired, or where there is some outlying equipment to monitor, it is more and more com-
mon to connect the separate BCS networks using existing cables and IP protocol. This
connection may be entirely confined behind a corporate firewall, but more likely includes
the public Internet . How are such network connections secured? If they are secured, it is
most commonly done by using virtual private networking (VPN) technology from build-
ing firewall to building firewall across the Internet .
In this section, tell students about the concept of Object Linking and Embedded databases (OLEDB). OLEDB is a set of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that enables the user to connect to different data sources. Ensure that the following datafiles are installed on the student nodes: Employee.mdb, BooksDetails.xls