Fault Tolerance in Distributed Systems by Pankaj Jalote

By Pankaj Jalote

Fault tolerance is an process wherein reliability of a working laptop or computer procedure may be elevated past what could be accomplished via conventional equipment. whereas supported fault tolerance has been well-documented, the more moderen, software program supported fault tolerance ideas have remained scattered during the literature. accomplished and self-contained, this booklet organizes that physique of data with a spotlight on fault tolerance in disbursed platforms. (The uniprocess case is taken care of as a distinct case of dispensed systems.) KEY issues: Treats fault tolerant allotted platforms as consisting of degrees of abstraction, delivering assorted tolerant providers. For researchers/practitioners operating within the zone of fault tolerance.

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For more information, see Chapter 9. 13. A. 0, Terminal Server Edition is 32MB. Additional memory should be installed for Citrix MetaFrame XP. For more information, see Chapter 3. 14. C. The Default evaluator is automatically assigned to all servers added to the server farm. For more information, see Chapter 7. 15. D. By default, the client’s drives are mapped as V:, U:, and they decrease for every drive on the client system. The server drives are mapped as C:, D:, and they increase for every drive on the server.

While all of the options are benefits of running Citrix MetaFrame XP, Terminal Services cannot provide support for clients other than Windows clients and does not have any load management features. 19. B, C. The Independent Management Architecture and shadow log- ging features are new to MetaFrame XP. While MetaFrame XP takes advantage of SpeedScreen technology and the ICA protocol, they are not new to this release. 20. B, D. When NFuse is used with Citrix MetaFrame XP, applications can be executed from a link on a web page, thanks to application launching and embedding.

All of the options are benefits of running Citrix MetaFrame XP with Terminal Services. 18. A, B. While all of the options are benefits of running Citrix MetaFrame XP, Terminal Services cannot provide support for clients other than Windows clients and does not have any load management features. 19. B, C. The Independent Management Architecture and shadow log- ging features are new to MetaFrame XP. While MetaFrame XP takes advantage of SpeedScreen technology and the ICA protocol, they are not new to this release.

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