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Definition of Restartable
Lexicographical Neighbors of Restartable
Literary usage of Restartable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Communications Access Methods for SAS/CONNECT(R) 9.1 and SAS/SHARE(R) 9.1 by Institute SAS Institute, Sas Institute (2004)
"The VMCF can be configured in two ways: n as a restartable subsystem If you have configured VMCF as a restartable subsystem, the node name is obtained from ..."
2. SAS/ACCESS(R) 9.1 Interface to IMS:: Reference by Sas Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"A DATA step program can be written to be inherently restartable, ... There is no danger of duplicating updates, and the program is inherently restartable. ..."
3. U. S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People's edited by Christopher Cox (1999)
"... the base of the first stage.48 It also uses the same YF-21 and YF-24 engines.49 The main change from the Long March 2C is the addition of a restartable, ..."
4. Guide to Understanding Trusted Recovery in Trusted Systems by Virgil D. Gligor (1991)
"An idempotent action is a restartable action; ie, if the action was in progress at the time of a crash, the action can be repeated during crash recovery ..."
5. Space Handbook: A War Fighter's Guide to Space by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... of the fuel and oxidizer tanks) increased lift capability.25 The second stage has a restartable Aerojet AJ10-118K engine developed for the USAF. ..."