clustered


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Synonyms for clustered

growing close together but not in dense mats

clustered together but not coherent

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Pulling away the shrubbery which clustered over the hole, he bent forward, and spoke in a distinct but reverential tone, as if addressing some unseen personage inside of the mountain.
The group of these queer creatures which was discovered clustered near the stairs at first remained staring and motionless, glaring with evil eyes at the intruders who had so suddenly appeared in their land.
The dogs clustered together in fear, now and again snarling menacingly as a pair of eyes drew close.
Long lines of poorly lighted streets might be faintly traced, with here and there a lighter spot, where lamps were clustered round a square or market, or round some great building; after a time these grew more distinct, and the lamps themselves were visible; slight yellow specks, that seemed to be rapidly snuffed out, one by one, as intervening obstacles hid them from the sight.
The first part of clustered network storage discussed the general principles of this compelling architecture.
As it does with Oracle9i RAC, Matrix Server provides database and systems administrators with the simplest option for deploying and managing clustered Oracle10g databases in production, real-world environments.
Both in the gaps between galaxies that are clustered and in the lonelier neighborhoods outside those clusters, magnetic fields are remarkably strong, a scientific team reports.
April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Pyramid Technology Corporation (NASDAQ: PYRD) today announced general availability of Valence(TM) Cluster, its clustered configuration of loosely coupled mainframe-class Pyramid MIServer(R) systems (2, 4 and 12 S or ES servers) which support Oracle Corporation's ORACLE7 Cooperative Server with the Parallel Server option.
The 91 CAI skilled occupations were clustered on the basis of their R-I-A-S-E-C profile similarity according to Ward's (1963) minimum variance method using the CLUSTAN package (Wishart, 1978).
Clustered storage is similar to clustered computing, providing an on-demand shared storage environment similar to the cluster model for compute resources.
This hypothesis lies at the heart of most currently popular models for structure formation in the universe, which propose that [the patterns of] galaxies and larger structures originate from small clumps of dark matter that clustered together to form progressively larger objects," says West.
While virtual disks may be created and used, pairs of controllers do not operate in a clustered fashion.
SilverStorm Technologies, the leader in high performance interconnect solutions for clustered computing and a Certified Partner in the Oracle(R) PartnerNetwork, announced today that it is working in tandem with Oracle on trials with select customers of Reliable Datagram Sockets (RDS) InfiniBand interconnect solution for Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle's database clustering solution used by over 7,000 customers to provide high availability and scalability in the database tier.
Now, on the horizon, are a number of clustered storage systems capable of supporting multiple petabytes of capacity and tens of gigabytes per second aggregate throughput--all in a single global namespace with dynamic load balancing and data redistribution.
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