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Background Processing in Unix

Background Processing in Unix

January 21, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

A mechanism used to run a program in the background, without input from a terminal or from the user. Also called detached processing. To start a background process, end the command line with the ampersand (&); you do not have to wait for this background processing. Both the Bourne shell and the C shell slow […]

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Database Administration is becoming tough

Database Administration is becoming tough

January 4, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Hi friends, What are you thinking about this point? Does database administration becoming more tough nowadays? Some of people replied “no” and some of people replied “yes”. It means, actually we are not understanding my topic accurately. Database administration is becoming tough and in future it will be difficult too. I can prove this thing. […]

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