When you restore a domain controller, the highest committed USN is rolled back to the point when the backup was created. The domain controller's invocation ID is retired and a new one is assigned. When a partner tries to replicate the first time after the restoration, the following message is recorded:
Domain controllers involved in the replication process are identified using two unique identifiers. First one is Directory Service Agent (DSA) GUID, and it is generated during the Dcpromo process; and it will never change in the life time of the domain controller. Then, the next is invocation ID. It will only change when an Active Directory restore happens. In a restore process, it will change; the otherwise, the existing domain controllers will identify it as an existing domain controller and will not replicate the data over.
When the device driver just-in-time compiles some PTX code for some application, it automatically caches a copy of the generated binary code in order to avoid repeating the compilation in subsequent invocations of the application. The cache - referred to as compute cache - is automatically invalidated when the device driver is upgraded, so that applications can benefit from the improvements in the new just-in-time compiler built into the device driver.
Sink nodes must be consistently ordered. Sink nodes are nodes without dependent nodes / outgoing edges in the final graph at the time of the cudaGraphExecUpdate() invocation. The following operations affect sink node ordering (if present) and must (as a combined set) be made in the same order:
Exemption 1 of the FOIA protects from disclosure national security information concerning the national defense or foreign policy, provided that it has been properly classified in accordance with both the substantive and procedural requirements of an existing executive order. (14) As a rule, an agency official holding classification authority determines whether information requires classification and then that determination is implemented under the FOIA through the invocation of Exemption 1. (15) Thus, if information is in fact properly classified, and therefore is exempt from disclosure under Exemption 1, it is not appropriate for discretionary FOIA disclosure. (See the discussion of Exemption 1, above.)
76. See, e.g., North Dakota ex rel. Olson v. Andrus, 581 F.2d 177, 182 (8th Cir. 1978) (\"selective disclosure\" of record to one party in litigation deemed \"offensive\" to FOIA and held to prevent agency's subsequent invocation of Exemption 5 against other party to litigation); Comm. to Bridge the Gap, No. 90-3568, transcript at 3-5 (C.D. Cal. Sept. 9, 1991) (bench order) (deliberative process privilege waived for draft order by prior voluntary disclosure of earlier draft order to interested party; selective disclosure is \"offensive\" to FOIA); Nw. Envtl. Def. Ctr. v. United States Forest Serv., No. 91-125, slip op. at 12 (D. Or. Aug. 23, 1991) (magistrate's recommendation) (deliberative process privilege waived as to portion of agency report discussed with \"interested\" third party), adopted (D. Or. Feb. 12, 1992).
102. See, e.g., Simmons v. United States Dep't of Justice, 796 F.2d 709, 712 (4th Cir. 1986) (unauthorized disclosure does not constitute waiver); Medina-Hincapie v. Dep't of State, 700 F.2d 737, 742 n.20 (D.C. Cir. 1983) (official's ultra vires release does not constitute waiver); Edmonds, 272 F. Supp. 2d at 49 (holding that because information in public domain was leaked, agency may continue to withhold identical information because \"'release would amount to official conformation or acknowledgment of [its] accuracy\"' (quoting Wash. Post v. DOD, 766 F. Supp. 1, 9 (D.D.C. 1991))); Trans-Pac. Policing Agreement v. United States Customs Serv., No. 97-2188, 1998 WL 34016806, at *4 (D.D.C. May 14, 1998) (finding no waiver from \"isolated and unauthorized\" disclosures that were not \"in accordance with [agency] regulations or directions\"), rev'd & remanded on other grounds, 177 F.3d 1022 (D.C. Cir. 1999); Harper v. Dep't of Justice, No. 92-462, slip op. at 19 (D. Or. Aug. 9, 1993) (\"alleged, unauthorized, unofficial, partial disclosure\" in private publication does not waive Exemption 1), aff'd in part, rev'd in part & remanded on other grounds sub nom. Harper v. DOD, 60 F.3d 833 (9th Cir. 1995) (unpublished table decision); LaRouche v. United States Dep't of Justice, No. 90-2753, 1993 WL 388601, at *7 (D.D.C. June 25, 1993) (fact that some aspects of grand jury proceeding were leaked to press has \"no bearing\" on FOIA litigation); RTC v. Dean, 813 F. Supp. 1426, 1429-30 (D. Ariz. 1993) (no waiver of attorney-client privilege when agency took precautions to secure confidentiality of document, but inexplicable leak nonetheless occurred) (non-FOIA case); Laborers' Int'l Union v. United States Dep't of Justice, 578 F. Supp. 52, 58 n.3 (D.D.C. 1983) (finding that unauthorized disclosure of document \"resembling\" one at issue does not waive invocation of exemptions), aff'd, 772 F.2d 919, 921 n.1 (D.C. Cir. 1984) (noting that disclosure would \"enable the [plaintiff] to verify whether the report in its possession is an authentic copy\"); Safeway Stores, Inc. v. FTC, 428 F. Supp. 346, 347-48 (D.D.C. 1977) (finding no waiver where congressional committee leaked report to press); cf. Hunt v. CIA, 981 F.2d 1116, 1120 (9th Cir. 1992) (agency not required to confirm or deny accuracy of information released by other government agencies regarding its interest in certain individuals); Rush v. Dep't of State, 748 F. Supp. 1548, 1556 (S.D. Fla. 1990) (finding that author of agency documents, who had since left government service, did not have authority to waive Exemption 5 protection). But cf. In re Engram, No. 91-1722, 1992 WL 120211, at *5 (4th Cir. June 2, 1992) (per curiam) (permitting discovery as to circumstances of suspected leak).
Beim heraufstufen eines Servers zu einem DC wird der AD-Datenbank (NTDS.dit) ebenfalls eine GUID zugeordnet, die als Datenbank GUID bezeichnet wird. Diese GUID wird dazu verwendet, um die AD-Datenbank eines DCs bei einem Replikationsaufruf zu identifizieren. Bei der Datenbank GUID handelt es sich um das Attribut invocationId und befindet sich so wie die objectGUID ebenfalls in der Konfigurationspartition, in den Eigenschaften des NTDS Settings Objekts eines DCs im LDAP-Pfad: CN=NTDS Settings,CN=,CN=Servers,CN=,CN=Sites,CN=Configuration,DC=Root-Domäne. Auch die invocationId wird wie die objectGUID beim heraufstufen eines Servers zu einem DC erstellt und beim herunterstufen eines DCs entfernt. Replikationspartner nutzen die invocationId und die Update Sequence Number (USN) um die aktuellen Änderungen für die AD-Replikation zu bestimmen.
Die invocationId des ersten DCs mit dem die Gesamtstruktur erstellt wurde, hat den gleichen Wert wie die objectGUID. Bei allen weiteren DCs einer Gesamtstruktur werden unterschiedliche Werte in den beiden Attributen objectGUID und invocationId gespeichert.
Add an activation key to a host grouphammer hostgroup set-parameter \\--hostgroup \"hg_name\" \\--name \"kt_activation_keys\" \\--value key_name hostorglocCreate a host (inheriting parameters from a host group)hammer host create \\--name \"host_name\" \\--hostgroup \"hg_name\" \\--interface=\"primary=true, \\mac=mac_addr, ip=ip_addr, \" \\provision=true \\--organization-id org_ID \\--location-id loc_ID \\--ask-root-password yes job-templateAdd a job template for remote executionhammer job-template create \\--file \"path\" --name \"template_name\" \\--provider-type SSH --job-category \\\"category_name\" job-invocationInvoke a remote jobhammer job-invocation create \\--job-template \"template_name\" \\--inputs key1=\"value\",... \\--search-query \"query\"
The easiest way to get started using the BLAST+ command line applications is by means of the legacy_blast.pl PERL script which is bundled along with the BLAST+ applications. To utilize this script, simply prefix it to the invocation of the C toolkit BLAST command line application and append the --path option pointing to the installation directory of the BLAST+ applications. For example, instead of using
The legacy_blast.pl script supports two modes of operation, one in which the C Toolkit BLAST command line invocation is converted and executed on behalf of the user and another which solely displays the BLAST+ application equivalent to what was provided, without executing the command.
The first mode of operation is achieved by specifying the C Toolkit BLAST command line application invocation and optionally providing the --path argument after the command line to convert if the installation path for the BLAST+ applications differs from the default (available by invoking the script without arguments). See example in the first section of the Quick start. 1e1e36bf2d