Temp Monitor 1.1.0
The Plus-X EM series brings extensive environmental monitoring and control capabilities to the ARC Plus remote control system. Plus-X EM units can be located where needed in transmitter sites and rack rooms with convenient Ethernet / IP connectivity to the ARC Plus control unit.
Temp Monitor 1.1.0
The Plus-X EM series monitors temperature, humidity, flood/leak, and many other conditions that can cause serious problems. Email, SMS and SNMP notifications ensure that responsible personnel can respond quickly and effectively.
Not all problems happen suddenly. A change in how equipment behaves over time may be an early warning sign of a serious problem. A gradual rise in temperature or a change in sound level may be evidence of impending equipment failure. Onboard charting allows you to watch for changes in environmental conditions over time, preventing a problem from becoming a crisis.
25' RJ12 (6P6C) cable with straight-through wiring. Use with Burk Technology RJ12 Splitter to daisy-chain digital temperature or humidity sensors with Climate Guard or Plus-X EM Environmental Monitors.
The CORE widget requires the external CORE device at is worn on the chest general clipped onto a heart rate monitor strap. The 'Shake CORE' message that you are seeing on your Garmin devices is displayed when it can not discover your ANT+ CORE device.Regards the CORE team
Thank you for your input.In your version it says 1.1.0 and the current version of CORE Body Temperature Monitor Widget for Connect-IQ is 1.4.0We also recommend that you are update to the current version of the Garmin Connect-IQ app on your iOS or Android phone. Ensure that the CORE Body Temperature Monitor device has the current firmware (0.3.17) and when connecting, make sure that your CORE is turned on (shake it and check that the green LED flashes) and is positioned close to your smartphone and Garmin device. Garmin lists the compatible devices, some very old Garmin devices are not supported.Would you be able to check that everything is up-to-date and then try connecting from the CORE connect-IQ to your CORE Body Temperature Monitoring Device.If these steps are all completed and you are still unable to successfully connect to your CORE, could you please contact us directly using the chat-option on our website. Please share further details and we would be happy to assist you in getting swiftly up and running.Your CORE Team
Oracle Exadata System Software release 18.104.22.168.0 can use fast vector-processing in-memory algorithms on data in the storage flash cache. This feature is available if you have licensed the Oracle Database In-Memory (Database In-Memory) option.
In Oracle Exadata System Software 22.214.171.124.0,columnar flash cache support has been extended to encrypted tablespaces. If you have licensed the Oracle Database In-Memory (Database In-Memory) option, the encrypted tablespace data is stored in in-memory columnar format on storage flash cache. If you have not licensed the option, the encrypted tablespace data is stored in pure columnar Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression format on storage server flash cache.
In Oracle Exadata System Software release 126.96.36.199.0, when data has been stored using the in-memory format columnar cache, Oracle Exadata Database Machine stores these columns compressed using dictionary encoding. For columns with fewer than 200 distinct values, the storage index creates a very compact in-memory representation of the dictionary and uses this compact representation to filter disk reads based on equality predicates. This feature is called set membership. A more limited filtering ability extends up to 400 distinct values.
For example, suppose a region of disk holds a list of customers in the United States and Canada. When you run a query looking for customers in Mexico, Oracle Exadata Storage Server can use the new set membership capability to improve the performance of the query by filtering out disk regions that do not contain customers from Mexico. In Oracle Exadata System Software releases earlier than 188.8.131.52.0, which do not have the set membership capability, a regular storage index would be unable to filter those disk regions.
In Oracle Exadata System Software releases earlier than 184.108.40.206.0, storage indexes can hold column information for up to eight columns. In Oracle Exadata System Software release 220.127.116.11.0, storage indexes have been enhanced to store column information for up to 24 columns.
Temp writes and temp reads are used when large joins or aggregation operations don't fit in memory and must be spilled to storage. In Oracle Exadata System Software releases earlier than 18.104.22.168.0, temp writes were not cached in flash cache; both temp writes and subsequent temp reads were from hard disk only. In Oracle Exadata System Software release 22.214.171.124.0, temp writes are sent to flash cache so that subsequent temp reads can be read from flash cache as well. This significantly speeds up queries that spill to temp if they are temp I/O bound. For certain queries, performance can improve up to four times faster. This is comparable to putting the temporary tablespace entirely in flash. Write-back flash cache has to be enabled for this feature to work.
Prior to Oracle Exadata System Software release 126.96.36.199.0, there was a size threshold for writes to the flash cache. Most writes over 128 KB are routed straight to disk because these writes are not expected to be read any time soon. For example, direct load writes, flashback database log writes, archived log writes, and incremental backup writes would bypass flash cache. Starting with Oracle Exadata System Software release 188.8.131.52.0, the flash cache algorithms have been enhanced to redirect such large writes into the flash cache, provided that such large writes do not disrupt the higher priority OLTP or scan workloads. Such writes are later written back to the disks when the disks are less busy. This feature allows Oracle Exadata Storage Server to utilize additional spare flash capacity and I/O bandwidth to provide better overall performance.
Note that this feature is supported on all Oracle Exadata Database Machine hardware except for V2 and X2 storage servers. On X3 and X4 storage servers, flash caching of temp writes and large writes is not supported when flash compression is enabled.
Oracle Exadata System Software software releases 184.108.40.206.0 or later provide a secure erasure solution, called Secure Eraser, for every component within Oracle Exadata Database Machine. This is a comprehensive solution that covers all Exadata Database Machines V2 and higher, including both 2-socket and 8-socket servers.
Starting with Oracle Exadata System Software release 220.127.116.11.0, you can add an additional Ethernet card if you require additional connectivity. The additional card can provide either dual port 10 GbE optical connectivity (part number X1109A-Z) or dual port 10 GbE copper connectivity (part number 7100488). You can install this part in PCIe slot 1 on the Oracle Exadata Database Machine X6-2 database server.
After you install the network card and connect it to the network, Oracle Exadata System Software release 18.104.22.168.0 automatically recognizes the new card and configures the two ports as eth6 and eth7 interfaces on the database server. You can use these additional ports for providing an additional client network, or for creating a separate backup or disaster recovery network. On a database server that runs virtual machines, you could use this network card to isolate traffic from two virtual machines. 350c69d7ab