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Access Time

In telecommunications, the delay between the time a request is made on a system and the time the system grants the request. As technology advances, access time is generally reduced.
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A collection of database tables related through foreign keys that are transformed to IMDB Cache tables represents a cache group which may be defined through SQL Syntax.
Properly designed, an external storage cache will automatically discover storage targets on the network and present these to an administrator as candidates for caching.
To test for time traveling into the past, Clayton and her colleagues had Western scrub jays cache mouth-watering wax worms and ho-hum nuts in trays of sand (SN: 9/12/98, p.
Green disappeared from the group for a while to hide the ``La Jolla Valley Jewel Cache,'' which contained costume jewelry.
Corps draglines straightened seven miles of the Cache while bulldozers assaulted the woodland border before a government task force concluded the activity was the "single most damaging project to waterfowl in the nation today," and funding dried up.
For trail outfitters packing in and out of federal Wilderness areas each season, trouble is brewing over permanent caches stored within designated Wilderness boundaries.
These cache directors also provide fault tolerance and high availability through internal component redundancy, end-to-end integrity validation and advanced error mitigation.
The Company also noted that it opened two new Cache stores in May and currently operates 267 Cache locations.
The number of disk interfaces determines the maximum number of disks the controller can connect to as well as how much performance the controller can get from requests that miss its cache.
Already in use by the military, the CACHE RAD environment made it possible for SETAC4W to be built in one-third of the time required to develop the legacy system it replaced.
This allows the browser to cache the graphics and reuse them without having to return to the server.
During March 2006, the Company opened one new Cache store and one new Lillie Rubin store.