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discover design deficiencies that would have to be retrofitted into the completed units, qualification is often performed on a first unit that is built under engineering surveillance to ensure that it is built exactly as specified and as the designers intended. Qualification testing usually includes the application of environment levels and duration to expose the design to the conditions that may be accumulated in total life cycle use. Qualification tests may be performed on replica test articles that simulate a portion of an entity. For instance, a structural test qualification unit does not have to include operational electronic units or software; inert mass simulators may be adequate. Similarly, electronic qualification tests do not need the actual supporting structure since structural simulators with similar response characteristics may be used for testing. The exposure durations and input levels should be designed to envelop the maximum that is expected to be experienced in worst-case operation. These should include acceptance testing (which is quality verification) environments, shipping environments, handling environments, deployment environments, and any expected repair and retesting environments that may occur during the life of an entity. Environments may include temperature, vacuum, humidity, water immersion, salt spray, random vibration, sine vibration, acoustic, shock, structural loads, radiation, and so on. For software, transaction peaks, electrical glitches, and database overloads are candidates. The qualification margins beyond normal expected use are often set by the system level requirements or by the host system. Twenty-degree Fahrenheit margins on upper- and lower-temperature extremes are typical, and either three or six dB margins on vibration, acoustic, and shock environments are often applied. In some cases, safety codes establish the design and qualification margins, such as with pressure vessels and boiler codes. Software design margin is demonstrated by overtaxing the system with transaction rate, number of simultaneous operators, power interruptions, and the like. To qualify the new Harley-Davidson V Rod motorcycle for Parade Duty, it was idled in a desert hot box at 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 centigrade) for 8 hours. In addition, the design was qualified for acid rain, fog, electronic radiation, sun, heat, structural strength, noise, and many other environments. Actual beyond-specification field experience with an exact duplicate of a design is also admissible evidence to qualification if the experience is backed by certified metrics. Once qualification has been established, it is beneficial to certify the design as being qualified to a prescribed set of condi-
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As Windows 2000/2003 Server does, Windows Server 2008 also supports a DHCP feature called superscopes, an administrative feature that enables you to create and manage multiple scopes as a single entity. You can use superscopes to allocate IP addresses to clients on a multinet, which is a physical network segment containing multiple logical IP networks (a logical IP network is a cohesive range of IP addresses). For example, you might support three different class C logical IP networks on a physical network segment. Each of the three class C address ranges is de ned as one of three individual child scopes under a superscope. In many cases, you won t plan or set out to use a multinet because using a single logical IP network is much simpler from an administrative standpoint; however, you might need to use a multinet as an interim measure as your network size grows beyond the number of addresses available within the original scope. Or, you might need to migrate the network from one logical IP network to another, such as would be the case if you switched ISPs and therefore had to switch address assignments.
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DBCC SHOWCONTIG scanning Frag table... Table: Frag (1227255527); index ID: 1, database ID: 2 TABLE level scan performed. - Pages Scanned................................: 22056 - Extents Scanned..............................: 2772 - Extent Switches..............................: 22055 - Avg. Pages per Extent........................: 8.0 - Scan Density [Best Count:Actual Count].......: 12.50% [2757:22056] - Logical Scan Fragmentation ..................: 99.24% - Extent Scan Fragmentation ...................: 12.63% - Avg. Bytes Free per Page.....................: 2542.0 - Avg. Page Density (full).....................: 68.59% DBCC SHOWCONTIG scanning Frag table... Table: Frag (1227255527); index ID: 2, database ID: 2 LEAF level scan performed. - Pages Scanned................................: 2748 - Extents Scanned..............................: 348 - Extent Switches..............................: 2721 - Avg. Pages per Extent........................: 7.9 - Scan Density [Best Count:Actual Count].......: 12.64% [344:2722] - Logical Scan Fragmentation ..................: 98.07% - Extent Scan Fragmentation ...................: 99.14% - Avg. Bytes Free per Page.....................: 3365.3 - Avg. Page Density (full).....................: 58.42% DBCC execution completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system administrator. DBCC IndexDefrag defragments the index pages of both clustered and non-clustered indexes.
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