Definitions for "Resource manager"
Object that controls globally-available datasource
Object that controls globally available datasources.
Keywords:  delete, buffers, havi, qnx, dcm
An interface and associated software providing access to and controlling a collection of information and/or processes. In three-tier architecture, the resource manager is the backend, typically a database server. An example of a resource manager is a database management system.
A system service that manages durable data. Server applications use resource managers to maintain the durable state of the application, such as the record of inventory on hand, pending orders, and accounts receivable. The resource managers work in cooperation with the transaction manager to provide the application with a guarantee of atomicity and isolation (using the two-phase commit protocol). Microsoft SQL Server is an example of a resource manager.
a component that manages persistent and stable
Keywords:  dbms, storage, mechanism
a storage mechanism such as a DBMS
Keywords:  daemon, alone, stand
a stand-alone daemon
Keywords:  interfering, ibm, node, parallel, job
A server that runs on one of the nodes of a IBM RS/6000 SP (SP) machine. It prevents parallel jobs from interfering with each other, and reports job-related node information.
A program controlling how much computer resources a user or group of users may consume. Typically works with a scheduler so that a user exceeding their allotted share is given a lower priority in scheduling.
a process that maps resource and resource-class abstractions into calls and commands for one or more specific types of resources
an external system accessed by an application
The interface for adding and removing resource files that support the functionality of a form.