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WordPress is the world’s most popular open source website content management system (CMS). As usage of your website increases, accelerating WordPress and its interaction with the underlying MySQL database becomes crucial to maintaining your site response time. Traditionally, organizations have relied on directly modifying applications to improve database performance. For WordPress, that scenario is challenging for many reasons, including keeping up with frequent platform updates, as they are critical to ensuring the security of your website. As a result, acceleration approaches that rely on code-level application tuning take considerable time and resources, because every time a new security update comes out, you may need to re-modify the code or merge code with the new version before you can update WordPress. Database traffic management software from ScaleArc provides a compelling alternative. ScaleArc deploys transparently between an application and a SQL database to improve application performance and availability, needing no modifications to the application accessing the SQL database. ScaleArc has developed SQL traffic management software for MySQL, SQL Server, and Oracle database servers. Deployed in conjunction with WordPress and MySQL, the ScaleArc software instantly improves WordPress performance, allowing the WordPress-based site to scale to potentially support millions of visitors without any changes to the platform.
Emerging online collaboration platforms such as Wikipedia, Twitter, or Facebook provide the foundation for socio-technical systems where humans have become both content consumer and provider. Existing software engineering tools and techniques support the system engineer in designing and assessing the technical infrastructure. Little research, however, addresses the engineer’s need for understanding the overall socio-technical system behavior. The eﬀect of fundamental design decisions becomes quickly unpredictable as multiple collaboration patterns become integrated into a single system. We propose the simulation of human and software elements at the collaboration level. We aim for detecting and evaluating undesirable system behavior such as users experiencing repeated update conﬂicts or software components becoming overloaded. To this end, this paper contributes (i) a language and (ii) methodology for specifying and simulating large-scale collaboration structures, (iii) example individual and aggregated pattern simulations, and (iv) evaluation of the overall approach. Keywords: Design Tools and Techniques, System Simulation, Collaboration Patterns, Large-scale Socio-Technical Systems
With the data of 831 Japanese water utilities from 1999 to 2008, we used the stochastic cost frontier analysis with a true fixed-effect model in order to estimate the cost efficiency and scale economies. We found that cost inefficiency was approximately 37%. The economies of water delivery volume were observed and found to be remarkably higher for small water utilities than for large ones. Scale economies were also discovered in small water utilities; however, scale diseconomies are likely to be incurred in larger water utilities. The optimal supply population size of a water utility is estimated to be 85,658 consumers, with a water delivery volume of 15.7 million m3 and a network length of 522 km.
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AUTOMATIC COMPRESSION RELEASE (ACR) OVERLAY WIRE HARNESS KIT Kit Number If vehicle is equipped with Harley-Davidson Smart Security System, see Owner's Manual for instructions to disarm the system. 70623-06 1. Position motorcycle on a suitable lift. This harness is a component of Screamin' Eagle 110 cubic inch (1800 cc) Engine Conversion kits. Please refer to those kits for fitment information. 2. Remove seat according to the instructions in the Service Manual. 3. Touring: Remove left side saddlebag, left side cover, and maxi-fuse. Refer to SADDLEBAG REMOVAL in Service Manual. GENERAL Models For model fitment information, please see the P&A Retail Catalog or the Parts and Accessories section of www.harleydavidson.com (English only). Softail: Remove maxi-fuse. Refer to METRI-PACK 800 in Service Manual. Dyna: Remove electrical caddy cover and maxi-fuse. Refer to FUSES in Service Manual. Tools and Supplies Required This kit requires Terminal Pick Tool (Snap On GA500A), pair of formed terminal picks, or suitable tool. Installation of this kit requires a calibration update using Digital Technician. Failure to download calibration update before starting motorcycle will result in ACR failure. (00567b) • It is recommended that the calibration update be done before the installation of this kit to eliminate the possibility of ACR failure. When servicing the fuel system, do not smoke or allow open flame or sparks in the vicinity. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly explosive, which could result in death or serious injury. (00330a) 4. Remove fuel tank according to the instructions in the Service Manual. Removing Terminal Wires from Fuse Blocks NOTE See Figure 1. It is necessary to depress both terminal retention tangs at the same time to allow extraction.
Kit Number 76000070, 76000074 Models For model fitment information, see the P&A retail catalog or the Parts and Accessories section of www.harley-davidson.com (English only). Additional Parts Required When installing any electrical accessory, be certain not to exceed the maximum amperage rating of the fuse or circuit breaker protecting the affected circuit being modified. Exceeding the maximum amperage can lead to electrical failures, which could result in death or serious injury. (00310a) This amplifier requires up to 11 amps additional current from the electrical system. Models not equipped with a Non-Ultra Overlay Harness (Part No. 70169-06) will require the separate purchase of a Radio Wire Harness (Part No. 69200106). Kit Contents Tools and Supplies Required INSTALLATION Loctite® 243 Threadlocker and Sealant - Blue (Part No. 9964297) is required for the proper installation of this kit. Preparation See Figure 5 and Table 1. NOTE For vehicles equipped with security siren: • The rider's safety depends upon the correct installation of this kit. Use the appropriate service manual procedures. If the procedure is not within your capabilities or you do not have the correct tools, have a Harley-Davidson dealer perform the installation. Improper installation of this kit could result in death or serious injury. (00333a) Verify that the Hands-Free Fob is present. • Turn the ignition key switch to IGNITION. 1. Refer to the service manual and follow the instructions to remove the main fuse. 2. Follow the service manual instructions to remove the seat. NOTE This instruction sheet refers to service manual information. A service manual for this year/model motorcycle is required for this installation and is available from a Harley-Davidson dealer. Electrical Overload Disconnect negative (-) battery cable first. If positive (+) cable should contact ground with negative (-) cable connected, the resulting sparks can cause a battery explosion, which could result in death or serious injury. (00049a) 3. It is possible to overload your vehicle's charging system by adding too many electrical accessories. If the combined electrical accessories operating at any one time consume more electrical current than the vehicle's charging system can produce, the electrical consumption can discharge the battery and cause damage to the vehicle's electrical system. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for advice about the amount of current consumed by additional electrical accessories or for necessary wiring changes. (00211c) For 2008 and later models: Refer to the service manual and follow the instructions to remove the ECM caddy from the top of the battery. Disconnect the battery cables, negative (-) cable first. 4. For ALL models: Refer to the service manual, and follow the instructions to remove the fuel tank console and fuel tank.
C4090-451 Exam Midrange Storage Technical Support V3 Exam Number/Code : C4090-451 Exam Name : Midrange Storage Technical Support V3 Questions and Answers : 150 Q&As Update Time: 2014-03-03 http://www.exam1pass.com/C4090-451-exam.html
In this book you are going to learn a lot about working with iOS. The goal, of course, is to be able to build a game that runs on iOS. To do that, you must learn about a lot of different elements that a full game will incorporate, such as basic UI widgets, audio, complex touch input, Game Center, in-app purchases, and of course graphics. This book will explore these concepts and many others. Think of it as a guide to the building blocks that you will need to make a compelling game that is specific to iOS and Apple’s mobile devices. All iOS applications have one thing in common—the application Xcode—so it makes sense to start with that. In this first chapter, we are going to build a very simple game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. We will use the Storyboard feature of Xcode to create an application with two views and the navigation between them. Included with this book are sample Xcode projects; all of the code examples are taken directly from these projects. In this way, you can follow along with each one in Xcode. I used version 4.5 of Xcode when creating the projects for this book. The project that accompanies this chapter is called Sample 1; you can easily build it for yourself by following the steps outlined in this chapter. The project is a very simple game in which we use Storyboard to create two scenes. The first scene is the starting view, and the...
A shop recently called our hotline in a panic! “I have a 2005 Toyota Prius, in for an oil change,” said the caller, “and the car started by itself when it was on the lift! There was NO oil in the engine and the oil drain plug is in my hand!!” This story is real, and the names have been changed to protect the innocent. So where did the tech go wrong? It is easy to say after the fact that the shop was not properly trained to work on this Hybrid car. But this was a gas engine oil change, not a high voltage electric motor service. My opinion on the training is not as grim. While Hybrid vehicle training is definitely needed, what is often needed is simply familiarization and safety training to do most service work. In my opinion, you do not need to be a Hybrid “Guru” to service Hybrid vehicles. So what happened to this car? Why did it run with the drain plug out? The real key to this problem was in the smart key system (no pun intended). Many cars now have smart keys in them today - not just Hybrids. However, this Hybrid by nature gave the tech a false sense of security that added to the problem. This is because a Toyota Hybrid Gas Engine does not usually run at idle. If you are not familiar with the smart key system, it is a system that essentially allows the customer to open and start their car without ever taking the keys out of their pocket. A customer (or technician) would walk up to their car, have the Transponder (key fob, as seen in figure 2) in their pocket,...