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You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.
Instead of using CD/DVD or floppy drives directly connected to theserver, the KVM console uses virtual media, which are actual disk drives ordisk image files that are mapped to virtual CD/DVD or floppy drives. You canmap any of the following to virtual drives:
Installing an OS using the KVM console may be slower than using the KVMdongle because the installation files must be downloaded across the network tothe server. If you map a disk drive or disk image file from a network share toa virtual drive, the installation may be even slower because theinstallation files must be downloaded from the network to the KVM console (yourcomputer) and then from the KVM console to the server. When using thisinstallation method, we recommend that you have the installation media as closeas possible to the system with the KVM console.
Instead of using CD/DVD or floppy drives physically connected to the server, the KVM console uses virtual media, which are actual disk drives or disk image files that are mapped to virtual CD/DVD or floppy drives on the server. The Client View table displays the floppy images,floppy drives, CD/DVD drives, and ISO images that are available to the server.
OSFMount supports mounting disk image files as read/write in "write cache" mode. This stores all writes to a "write cache" (or "delta") file which preserves the integriy of the original disk image file.
OSFMount also supports the creation of RAM disks, basically a disk mounted into RAM. This generally has a large speed benefit over using a hard disk. As such this is useful with applications requiring high speed disk access, such a database applications, games (such as game cache files) and browsers (cache files). A second benefit is security, as the disk contents are not stored on a physical hard disk (but rather in RAM) and on system shutdown the disk contents are not persistent. At the time of writing, we believe this is the fastest RAM drive software available.
These RAM drive benchmarks were taken on a Intel i7-12700K CPU with 64GB DDR5 RAM @ 4800MHz in dual channel mode. RAM disk size was 8GB, formatted with FAT32. Typical speeds with large linear blocks are around 10,000 MiB/sec reads and 20,000 MiB/sec writes. With smaller 4K blocks and random access plus queue depth of 1, speed is still a very respectable 1,900 MiB/sec read and 1,000 MiB/sec write. Benchmarks were taken with PerformanceTest V11.
Win 7 SP1, Win 8, Win 10 and Win 11 Windows Server 2008, 2012 (Windows Server 2016 has issues) 64bit support (For 32-bit support, please use OSFMount v2) CPU with SSE4.2 instruction set (i.e. CPUs released after 2010) Users must have administrator privileges. RAM: 1GB (When mounting large disk images, the more RAM the better) Disk space: 15 MB of free hard disk space for the installation files.
Procore Drive is a free, desktop software program that you can download and install on a computer running Windows 7 or newer. It's designed to give individuals a convenient method for uploading and downloading large sets of documents, emails, photos, and schedules to Procore.
10.0.1.9 - The support to process IBM Transformation Extender maps with a binary transform action are no longer included as a feature in the Integration Module and the B2B Module. If your existing configuration contains a processing rule that includes a binary transform action to process Transformation Extender maps, you must download and activate the new Transformation Extender Module. To validate whether you need this new module, export your complete configuration and search each domain configuration file for the tx-map command.
The disk-based spatial cache, which was supported in the previous release, is no longer supported, because performance tests have shown that disk-based spatial caching was often less efficient than fetching spatial objects directly from the database when needed (that is, in cases where the cached objects frequently did not need to be retrieved again after caching).
There is no single best solution for this problem in all environments. One option is to have the hosts share common networked storage, so that the map images are deposited in the same virtual (networked) file system by different map visualization component servers running on different hosts. You must configure the map file storage information (see Specifying Map File Storage and Life Cycle Information) for each map visualization component instance so that the images are deposited in different subdirectories or so that they have different file prefixes. Otherwise, the image files generated by the multiple map visualization component servers might overwrite each other on the disk. By properly configuring the map file storage information, you ensure that each URL sent back to the client uniquely identifies the correct map on the network drive.
Unlike other operating systems, Microsoft Windows provides a different filesystemtype for network and fixed drives. It optimises access on the assumption fixeddisk drives are fast and reliable, while network drives have relatively high latencyand less reliability. Some settings can also be differentiated between the two types,for example that Windows Explorer should just display icons and not create previewthumbnails for image and video files on network drives.
In most cases, rclone will mount the remote as a normal, fixed disk drive by default.However, you can also choose to mount it as a remote network drive, often describedas a network share. If you mount an rclone remote using the default, fixed drive modeand experience unexpected program errors, freezes or other issues, consider mountingas a network drive instead.
When mounting as a fixed disk drive you can either mount to an unused drive letter,or to a path representing a nonexistent subdirectory of an existing parentdirectory or drive. Using the special value * will tell rclone toautomatically assign the next available drive letter, starting with Z: and moving backward.Examples:
Cloud storage objects have lots of properties which aren't like diskfiles - you can't extend them or write to the middle of them, so theVFS layer has to deal with that. Because there is no one right way ofdoing this there are various options explained below.
This flag is a upper limit for the used memory per open file. Thebuffer will only use memory for data that is downloaded but not notyet read. If the buffer is empty, only a small amount of memory willbe used.
This is very similar to "off" except that files opened for read ANDwrite will be buffered to disk. This means that files opened forwrite will be a lot more compatible, but uses the minimal disk space.
So if an application only reads the starts of each file, then rclonewill only buffer the start of the file. These files will appear to betheir full size in the cache, but they will be sparse files with onlythe data that has been downloaded present in them.
When rclone reads files from a remote it reads them in chunks. Thismeans that rather than requesting the whole file rclone reads thechunk specified. This can reduce the used download quota for someremotes by requesting only chunks from the remote that are actuallyread, at the cost of an increased number of requests.
With --vfs-read-chunk-size 100M and --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit 0the following parts will be downloaded: 0-100M, 100M-200M, 200M-300M, 300M-400M and so on.When --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit 500M is specified, the result would be0-100M, 100M-300M, 300M-700M, 700M-1200M, 1200M-1700M and so on.
Sometimes rclone is delivered reads or writes out of order. Ratherthan seeking rclone will wait a short time for the in sequence read orwrite to come in. These flags only come into effect when not using anon disk cache file.
The user may specify a file name to open/delete/rename/etc with a casedifferent than what is stored on the remote. If an argument refersto an existing file with exactly the same name, then the case of the existingfile on the disk will be used. However, if a file name with exactly the samename is not found but a name differing only by case exists, rclone willtransparently fixup the name. This fixup happens only when an existing fileis requested. Case sensitivity of file names created anew by rclone iscontrolled by the underlying remote.
VM insights includes a set of performance charts that target several key performance indicators (KPIs) to help you determine how well a virtual machine is performing. The charts show resource utilization over a period of time so you can identify bottlenecks, anomalies, or switch to a perspective listing each machine to view resource utilization based on the metric selected. While there are numerous elements to consider when dealing with performance, VM insights monitors key operating system performance indicators related to processor, memory, network adapter, and disk utilization. Performance complements the health monitoring feature and helps expose issues that indicate a possible system component failure, support tuning and optimization to achieve efficiency, or support capacity planning.
This is a hotfix for FSLogix 2105 (2.9.7838.44263). If you are using Cloud Cache or Windows 11 and still running 2105, it is recommended to install latest update from -latest or download this update below.
If your ArcGIS Enterprise is configured for email notifications from the Enterprise portal, this release introduces email notifications to be sent when the ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Data Store machines reach critical disk space thresholds. 2b1af7f3a8