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A response from the plaintiff to the defendant's plea
Copy; reproduction
Process by which an object, person, place or idea may be copied mimicked or reproduced
{n} a reply, repercussion, rebound
The identical duplication of DNA
(law) a pleading made by a plaintiff in reply to the defendant's plea or answer (genetics) the process whereby DNA makes a copy of itself before cell division
the persistence of a sound after its source has stopped
The process whereby an exact copy of an object, building or structure is produced
A method of replicating a collection of data on the server or volume
– The process of synchronizing data One example is having two replica copies of a Notes database, one each on two different servers, where data is synched on schedule every 10-12 minutes
The process of creating read-only copies of information Replication is supported by the Security, Directory and File services in DCE Replication can improve availability and load balancing See also load balancing
The formation of new strands of DNA from existing DNA, permitting the reproduction of an identical new cell as the result of the division
(genetics) the process whereby DNA makes a copy of itself before cell division
Viruses replicate by nature A well-designed virus will replicate for a long time before it activates, which allows it plenty of time to spread (see Activation)
A feature of distributed DBMS in which the DBMS changes the data at all locations if a user or application changes the redundant data at one location
{i} duplication, act of copying, reproduction; answer, response, reply; echo, reverberation; process by which strands of DNA are copied; act of folding
the act of making copies; "Gutenberg's reproduction of holy texts was far more efficient"
The exact duplication of a DNA (or occasionally an RNA) nucleotide sequence
Performing the same treatment combination more than once Note: Including replication allows an estimate of the random error independent of any lack of fit error
The process of keeping a copy of data, either through shadowing or caching See caching, shadowing
The experimental reproduction or duplication of prehistoric artifacts in an attempt to better understand how they were made and used in the past
The process of duplicating server shares and database objects (usually tables) in more than one location, including a method of periodically rationalizing (synchronizing) updates to the objects Database replication is an alternative to the two-phase commit process Microsoft SQL Server 6+ supports replication of databases across multiple Windows NT servers Updating Windows NT Backup Domain Controllers (BDCs) from a Primary Domain Controller (PDC) occurs by replication of the Security Accounts Manger (SAM) database
A process of duplication or reproduction
The reply of the plaintiff, in matters of fact, to the defendant's plea
The process by which copies of data are consistently maintained in the different databases of a distributed system
A general term for copying The person to person transmission of a chain letter, without regard to rapidity or numbers See propagation
An answer; a reply
In law: a response from the plantiff to the defendants plea
In a distributed database management system, the process of copying an object (file, data, doc Etc ) to the other parts of the network Not to be confused with database synchronization
Return or repercussion, as of sound; echo
(law) a pleading made by a plaintiff in reply to the defendant's plea or answer
duplication or reproduction
The process of duplicating data from one database to another
The process of recreating artifacts or structures
The process by which DNA copies itself before cell division Unless mutation occurs, the new copy of DNA is identical to the original DNA (Verb form: replicate )
copy that is not the original; something that has been copied
a quick reply to a question or remark (especially a witty or critical one); "it brought a sharp rejoinder from the teacher"
Reproduction A cell has all the equipment it needs to replicate itself, but a virus does not So a virus has to force the cell it infects to replicate the virus As a result of this replication, many new viruses are made
Production of a copy using simultaneous, parallel transfer of all information elements from an original image to a replica High mastering and equipment costs and long preparation times are offset by high throughput, making the technique attractive for high volumes Examples would be CD-ROM replication from a stamper using molding, stamping, or coining, or making copies of text by lithographic means (also see Injection Molding )
the repetition of an experiment in order to test the validity of its conclusion; "scientists will not believe an experimental result until they have seen at least one replication"
Copying from one server node to another of either content or the configuration metabase, or both This copying can either be done manually or automatically by using replication software Replication is a necessary function of clustering to ensure fault tolerance See also fault tolerance; clustering
A repetition; a copy
The process by which copies of DNA are made to be passed down to future generations of cells
file replication
maintains file synchronization of file directory contents among multiple servers File Replication is the automatic file replication service in Windows 2000 It is used to copy and maintain files on multiple servers simultaneously and to replicate the Windows 2000 system volume SYSVOL on all domain controllers In addition, it can be configured to replicate files among alternate targets associated with the fault-tolerant Distributed File System (DFS) If this service is disabled, file replication will not occur, and server data will not be synchronized In the case of a domain controller, stopping the File Replication service may seriously impair its ability to function