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a relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. This tag is for questions on the 2005 version
a modern file system and volume manager originally developed by Sun Microsystems and licensed under the CDDL. It is a copy-on-write file system with support for large storage arrays, protection…
Hewlett Packard's range of Intel and AMD-based free-standing, rackmount and blade servers.
Group of hosts with a common set of requirements connected as if on the same broadcast domain despite physical location
Long Term Support (LTS) release of Ubuntu Linux. LTS releases receive updates for 5 years and have available paid support from Canonical. The version number…
Remote Desktop Protocol, used by Windows to view and control other Windows systems
the concept of attaching a file system to a computer for access.
the version of IIS shipped with Windows Server 2003. It uses an architecture substantially different from IIS 5 and earlier versions, called Worker Process Isolation Mode.
a fast, stable, powerful, free RPM-based GNU/Linux operating system that is developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. The Fedora Project's mission is to l…
Questions about accessing a system or network from a remote computer or location. Consider using a more specific tag for your particular tool, e.g. VNC.
a file, often in clear text, which is generated by a software process to record some specific details about the workings of this process.
a desktop virtualization product for x86, AMD64 and Intel64 processor architectures.
a computer network authentication protocol, which allows nodes communicating over a non-secure network to prove their identity to one another in a secure manner. Its designers aimed primar…
Debian's high-level package management system. It is also used by several other Linux-based and Debian-based operating systems.
the process of sharing information so as to ensure consistency between redundant resources, such as software or hardware components, to improve reliability, fault-tolerance, or accessib…
an open-source software platform for configuring and managing computers. It combines multi-node software deployment, ad-hoc task execution, and configuration management.
a means of logically dividing a computing resource (most frequently disk storage)
a software platform and a family of software products developed by Microsoft for collaboration and web publishing combined. These capabilities include developing web sites, por…
the initial set of operations that a computer system performs when electrical power is switched on. The process begins when a computer that has been turned off is re-energized, and ends whe…
the version of Microsoft Exchange released in December 2006. It replaced Exchange Server 2003 and was replaced by Exchange Server 2010. Exchange Server is the email server pr…
a sendmail-compatible Mail Transfer Agent, licensed under the GPL, designed for Unix-like operating systems.
a standalone or groupware client for Microsoft Exchange. It is used for Email, contacts, tasks and calendar.
a modern replacement for the traditional Linux init. Its main features include the ability to express dependencies between services and aggressive parallelization of service startup.
The Apache HTTPd Server. When asking questions about virtualhosts, please include the output of the following command: "apache2ctl -S" (or "httpd -S" depending on your OS)
an open-source, MVC web development framework written in Ruby, optimized for programmer happiness and maintaining sustainable productivity. Many things are defined by convention, free…
The setting up and running of a server to serve web pages via the internet or LAN. Where you are not the administrator of the server the questions may be best asked on webmasters.stackexchange.com (fo…
a programme that constantly runs in the background. It usually services requests. If you are asking about online services, please use a different tag.
Django, "the web framework for perfectionists with deadlines", is a Python-based framework for creating web applications. With a powerful object-based database mapper, a clean syntax for mapping URLs …
a Storage Area Network, for providing block-level access to storage subsystems across a network.
an architectural consideration often involving degrees of redundancy to insure availability in case of system or component failure.
a general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development. The online manual is an excellent resource for the language syntax and has an extensive list of the built-in …