Definitions for "Partition"
Keywords:  fdisk, logic, disk, division, drive
The act of parting or dividing; the state of being parted; separation; division; distribution; as, the partition of a kingdom.
A part divided off by walls; an apartment; a compartment.
To divide into parts or shares; to divide and distribute; as, to partition an estate among various heirs.
A zone or group of zones programmed as an area within the premises. For example if you kept your stamp collection in a room, normally not used, you could have all of the detection devices in that room programmed as a partition. In this manner that room will still be protected even when the main house system is disarmed. Also works well for gun cabinets, safes, etc.
A group of zones on the system which are armed/disarmed and controlled independently of other zones grouped into a separate partition. Each partition has its own keypad and can be assigned its own access codes.
An area of the facility that contains alarm loops that arm and disarm as a group with associated auxiliary outputs and audio verification or audio detection audio sensors. Close Glossary Window
A full-height wall that joins the suspended ceiling; typically constructed from wood or metal studs and gypsum board or other sheet material such as plywood. See also Screen and Panel.
A wall between rooms usually non-load bearing.
A wall you have to build around a noisy dot matrix printer that makes only slightly less noise than a tree chipper.
Keywords:  silique
Keywords:  mpp, cray, poe, pes, sp
A bandwidth pipe assigned to a given traffic class to protect or restrict all the flows in that class.
A collection of PEs that are assigned to a job running on Cray MPP systems.
The group of processor nodes on which you run your program.
The interlocking set of chipboard, solid fiberboard or corrugated pieces that form cells which items can be place for shipping. Partitions act a cushioning and provide added stacking strength to the shipping box. Regular Slotted Container (RSC) - The most popular corrugated box style for shipping. A box made with all flaps being the same length and the two outer flaps (usually the lengthwise flaps) are one-half the box's width which allows them to meet at the center of the box when folded.
See Main Definition: segment Usage: this is specific to Verity's vocabulary.
In music using the twelve tone technique a partition is a method of creating segments from sets, most often through registral difference. The opposite of derivation used in derived rows.
A unique, non-overlapping directory naming context that is stored on one directory server.
A partition is a subset of data processing system hardware resources allocated to an operating system wherein there is no overlap in resources allocated to two partitions. Two partitions may be allocated memory from a common memory chip such that the ranges of physical memory addresses directly accessible to each do not overlap. One partition may indirectly control memory of a second partition, but only by commanding a process of the second partition to directly operate on the memory.
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The spatial table that contains data only for a unique bounded n-dimensional space. The process of grouping data into partitions that maintain the dimensional organization of the data.
In number theory, a partition of a positive integer n is a way of writing n as a sum of positive integers. Two sums which only differ in the order of their summands are considered to be the same partition; if order matters then the sum becomes a composition. A summand in a partition is also called a part.
Keywords:  phishing, proxy, server
Phishing Proxy server
Keywords:  scalable, see
See scalable partition.
Process of creating two or more volumes on a single data storage device.
In multiprogramming, the primary storage area reserved for one program may be fixed or variable in size see also Region.
An area of a media that can be used as a single device and, if formatted, as a volume. See also: device  media  volume
a major vertical collection of software components in a layered and partitioned software architecture. Contrast with layer and tier.
A vertically mounted partition in a compartment on board of an aircraft.
Keywords:  thereof, scsi, usable, doesn't, driver
The usable region of the recording medium, or a portion thereof. The SCSI tape driver currently supports tapes with one or two partitions, but doesn't allow changing the number of partitions.
The severance of common or undivided interests, particularly in real estate. It may be effected by consent of parties, or by compulsion of law.
a subsystem that provides a particular kind of service. A partition may itself be built from lower level subsystems.
Keywords:  smaller, table, index, piece, difficult
A smaller and more manageable piece of a table or index.
Very large tables and indexes can be difficult and time-consuming to work with. To improve manageability, you can break your tables and indexes into smaller pieces called partitions.
Keywords:  prime, precise, piece, provide
piece precise prime provide
A collection of mutually exclusive and exhaustive events.
Keywords:  score
A score.
Keywords:  message, store, see
See message store partition.
Keywords:  container, file, system
container for file system