a server from which a secondary server obtains a zone transfer
a server program that maintains a list of game servers running for a particular game or games
a write server whose writes are logged by a script and placed into a log database
The server that contains the master copy of the directory trees or subtrees that are replicated to replicas. The master server is read-write.
In a network environment, the server that has permissions to run commands on all other machines in the environment. The master server is designed to manage the network, clients, and resource objects in the network database. Contrast with replica server
(n.) The server that maintains the master copy of the network information service database. It has a disk and a complete copy of the operating system.
The application that is installed on a server that manages the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System. The Master Server application can connect to any of the data center environments managed by the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System. The Master Server provides centralized data storage, data processing, and user interfaces.
An authoritative DNS server for a zone. Master servers can vary and are one of two types (either primary or secondary masters), depending on how the server obtains its zone data. See also: DNS Server; primary master; secondary master; zone; zone transfer
In a network installation environment, the server that has permissions to execute commands on all other machines in the environment. The master server is designed to manage the network, client, and resource objects in the network installation database.
The name server that is the authority for a specific domain space. See also BIND server.