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lutetium

 (Lu) [loo-te´she-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 71, atomic weight 174.97. (See Appendix 6.)

Lu

Symbol for lutetium.

Lu

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Symbol for lutetium
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Logical unit: Drying of fruit, jam production, additional equipment Dryer for fruit, vegetables, herbs; Apple and other fruit slicer; Variaca jam jar; Jam filling machines; Pasteurizer for bottles, bottles; compressor; Supplements for plastic fruit crates; Additional equipment tables.
Unlike the IBM FAStT700, the CX600 can perform up to 100 snapshots per array, and up to eight snapshots per logical unit. The new EMC product builds on all of the functionality of the FC4700, including the ability to source to.
SAN appliances can provide secure LUN (Logical Unit Number) masking, enabling administrators to determine which servers in a SAN are exposed and have access to a particular LUN.
Thus, a transaction is a set of related operations that, when grouped together, define a logical unit of work within an application.
Two core switches should act as one logical unit (virtual switch).
Also included is the setup of any standard RAID configuration without interruption of server operations, full monitoring of component health via SES and SAF-TE industry standards, full Logical Unit Mapping (LUN), and a permanent database that provides means for tracking problem areas, balancing storage usage, and scheduling routine maintenance.
- both locations (congress center and trade fair) must each have a balanced internet connection with 1 gbit / s bandwidth each (handover: Ethernet copper port), - telephony: A pbx is operated at both locations, With both systems forming a logical unit. For this they are connected to each other via the above-mentioned cross connection.
ensuring the necessary materials and spare parts of the machinery unit~s logical unit in order to provide the required functionality of the unit while maintaining all the operational parameters of the plant, such as its safety, reliability, reliability, availability, service life and economy of operation due to technical conditions and power system requirements.