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In Active Directory, a structure within a domain that can con tain objects such as computers, users, and groups. An OU typically corresponds to a department within an organization. OUs are used to delegate administration and also to deploy particular GPOs.
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A boot.ini switch that enables some 32-bit versions of Windows to access mem ory beyond 4 GB. needs to be written to that page to maintain the data order. A new page is allo cated to the index or table. One-half of the data on the full page is moved to the new page.
page split The process used when a page becomes filled with data and another row
partition function partition scheme partitioning key permission
A definition of boundary points that is used to determine how data in a partitioned table is split.
A definition of storage that is mapped to a partition function that determines where each portion of data will be stored. The column in the table that is used to partition. A tape drive or file on a hard disk to which backup files are Security right that can be granted to a principal.
physical backup device
written.
plan cache
A synonym for the procedure cache.
primary database The database that is recovered and accepting transactions within a
log shipping session.
Glossary
primary server principal
The server hosting the instance of SQL Server that is hosting the pri mary database. The database within a Database Mirroring session that is recovered, is online, and enables transactions to be processed against it. A principle of security stating that users should be given the minimum rights and permissions necessary to perform their jobs. A key that is generated locally, never sent over the network, and used to decrypt data encrypted with the owner s public key. The area in memory that stores execution plans.
principle of least privilege private key
procedure cache proportional fill public key
The algorithm that the SQL Server storage engine uses to ensure that all files within a filegroup fill up at approximately the same time. A key that is displayed on a certificate and enables others to encrypt data sent to the owner of that certificate.
publication publisher
The unit of exchange between publisher and subscriber that contains one or more articles. Designated master within a replication architecture. The publisher is con sidered to contain the master copy of the data. A synonym for the procedure cache.
query cache
query plan The portion of an execution plan that can be shared among many users. query plan cache A synonym for the procedure cache. Queue Reader Agent
Executable responsible for flushing changes made on a sub scriber back to the publisher and resolving any conflicts. Used only with the Queued Updating Subscriber option.
quorum/quorum database recovery model reinitialization
A database that contains all the operational configuration information for the cluster.
For a database, a setting that determines how transactions are logged and which backup types are available. The process by which a snapshot is regenerated and reapplied to a subscriber. This process wipes out any data on the subscriber and resynchro nizes it to the publisher. A business diagram that shows the way data flows in a replica tion architecture. A subscriber that is also configured as a publisher.
replication topology
replication watermark The last LSN that was read by the Log Reader Agent. republisher
Glossary
restore job
The scheduled job in SQL Server Agent that restores transaction log back ups to the secondary.
restore sequence The order of backups that must be restored to completely recover a
database.
root node The single page that resides at the top of a B-tree. row filters
Criteria used to restrict the set of rows that are replicated for an article.
scaling out Meeting a processing demand by creating a server farm with the help of
network load balancing.
scaling up Upgrading or concentrating processing power in a single server by adding
more and faster CPUs.
schema
Security container that specifies the ownership of objects within a database.
secondary database secondary server securable
The database that is unrecovered (NO RECOVERY or STANDBY) and has transaction log backups from the primary continuously restored to it.
The server hosting the instance of SQL Server that is hosting the secondary database. In SQL Server, a resource to which permissions can be assigned. A form of network encryption typically used in connection with a public server. In an SSL session, the client first generates a session key to be used by both the client and server. The client then transmits this session key to the server in an encrypted channel generated by the server s publicly available certificate. Communication thereafter is encrypted and decrypted by means of the session key. A document that defines the resources in a business needing to be protected and high-level principles about how that protection is provided. In SQL Server, an entity such as a user, login, role, or group to which permissions can be applied for a database server resource.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
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