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Used in the context of general equities. Active, usually with positive price implications.

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Informal; describing an active security. That is, a hot security is one that is traded frequently.
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And the reliability, safety and MTTF of the interlocking system of the two structures are compared by the experimental results of the hot standby structure, the three take two and two by two take two.
Hot standby is another expensive option that is usually outsourced to a specialist supplier.
Hot standby systems allow for scheduled maintenance to be performed with the absolute minimum of interruption, as one server is upgraded while the other is in service.
Automatic Hot-Standby (AHS), based on an implementation of the standard Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP), provides a fully redundant failover capability when two HyperIP appliances are configured as hot standby pairs.
It features transparent, dynamic failover to a hot standby data mover, hardware RAID protection, nondisruptive component replacement, storage processor battery backup and advanced volume management for high availability.
By eliminating the need to deploy matching disk arrays, file servers or application servers at the secondary disaster recovery site (except for hot standby scenarios), such systems can offer unprecedented flexibility in creating disaster recovery environments and allowing for low-cost DR planning by using low-cost JBOD or ATA-based RAID arrays at the DR center.
Complete system redundancy is accomplished through an active hot standby. The Windows-based unit also includes an embedded graphic interface for programming and operation.
Second, a hot standby of the executable--an uncorrupted standby, preferably at a different location--must be available to take over.
Additionally, frequency or space diversity and hot standby protected systems use 1+1 errorless receiver switching providing outstanding protection against atmospheric fading and equipment failures.
Earlier this year, the department put its Fast Flux Test Facility, an experimental reactor at the Hanford nuclear reservation in Washington state, on "hot standby" as another possibility.