scheduled downtime


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scheduled downtime

Informatics A planned, suspension of one or more computer functions to perform maintainance or enhance system operations. Cf Extended downtime.
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Third, ensure that system availability is sufficient for mission-critical systems that cannot afford scheduled downtime or interruptions in service.
The system requires a scheduled downtime of five hours three times a week, During this time, it is unavailable for any processing.
Second, identify the root cause of the leak, so that it may be eliminated or controlled through scheduled downtime.
The TAPPI guideline for scheduled downtime is less than 1.
With high availability hardware systems, the scheduled downtime for backups and maintenance is becoming an increasingly large percentage of downtime.
On-line teller traffic is operating at 98-percent availability, including scheduled downtime, while the ATMs being used are operating at 99-percent efficiency.
Announcements: Technicians and customers can now be proactively notified about scheduled downtime, service updates or outages.
Provide your company and employees with enough scheduled downtime for the move and any possible bumps in the road that may lie ahead—such as electricity being unavailable at the new site on time.
The only bad downtime is unscheduled downtime, while scheduled downtime can be a mill's best investment in clothing life and machine runnability.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Scheduled downtime for code rollouts causes lost revenues for enterprises that rely on mission critical cloud services.
NTT America works with the client to ensure business continuity according to the client s RTO/RPO goals in the event of a server failure, scheduled downtime or full-blown disaster.