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6. The sendmail Command Line

Bryan Costales O'Reilly Media ePub

The initial behavior of sendmail is determined largely by the command line used to invoke it. The command line can, for example, cause sendmail to use a different configuration file or to rebuild the aliases file rather than deliver mail. The command line can be typed at your keyboard, executed from a boot-time script, or even executed by an MUA when sending mail.

The format of the sendmail command line is:

Here, argv[0] is the name used to run sendmail. The switches, if any are present, must always precede the list of recipients. The recipients is a list of zero or more recipient address expressions.

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Trig Functions and Identities: CLEP Precalculus

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CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE Welcoming and listening while working with children, parents, and nursery staff

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CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE

Welcoming and listening while working with children, parents, and nursery staff

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n a time when what we produce and consume in a hurry is often prioritised, this book has the purpose of acquainting people with the experience of the Tempo Lineare school, whose aim is to offer a space and time for people to think together over the quality of children’s first experiences and of the arms holding them. From this perspective, parents, staff, and psychotherapists have wondered what, in the experience of this school, makes family life easier and what, instead, makes it harder and causes damage to children’s growth. We have tried to reflect upon not only the parent–child relationship and the children’s and teachers’ group dynamics, but also upon the whole Roman environment surrounding children. In these years, all the people taking part in the project have worked hard to become increasingly familiar with the observation, not only of the child, but also of motherhood, fatherhood, the couple, the family, and the educational model inside Tempo Lineare.

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Chapter Seven: Personal and Societal Denial

Xenia Bowlby Karnac Books ePub

Carolyn Spring

I don't know who I am. I cannot be who I think I am, ungrateful recipient of a standard middle-class upbringing. I have dissociative identity disorder. I am a survivor of ritual abuse. I am Carolyn, Switch, Charlie, Leaf, Diddy, Yellow, Brat, and Shine. I am 100 others, maverick cameos in my stop-start life of conscious unconsciousness. I am me. Am I me? How do I know that I am me? How do I know that anything bad ever happened? How do I know that these memories of rape, of torture, of murder are not just phantoms on my eyelids?

How do I know that these feelings of rage and terror and horror and grief are not just chemical imbalances circling through my blood? Deep in my guts is the afterglow of trauma. Deep in my guts is a terror-stricken child. All day, all night—pain, the screech of remembering. I am infested with memories. They are like maggots crawling on the underbelly of my consciousness. They shouldn't be here, they're not mine—I am not the me that remembers. I am the ungrateful recipient of a standard middle-class upbringing. I am in denial.

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A Meta Model for Predictive Analysis of Modifications on HPDC Infrastructures

Hamid R. Arabnia, Leonidas Deligiannidis, Jane You, George Jandieri, Ashu M. G. Solo, and Fernando G. Tinetti CSREA Press PDF

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A Meta Model for Predictive Analysis of Modifications on HPDC

Infrastructures

Christian Straube1 , and Dieter Kranzlmüller1

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Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

[straube,kranzlmueller]@nm.ifi.lmu.de

Abstract— Modifications of High Performance Distributed

Computing (HPDC) infrastructures can have intended and unintended effects. The more complex the infrastructure or the modification itself, the more difficult are predictions about their consequences. Understanding modifications on infrastructures requires accurate planning, which can be supported by corresponding predictive models and analysis activities. The analysis needs to incorporate multiple attributes and their dimensions, and can itself become very complex. This paper presents mandatory criteria for a meta model to facilitate simulating modification effects on HPDC infrastructures. The model itself represents the original infrastructure and the intended changes, and delivers the predicted behavior after the modifications have been introduced. We describe the model and its utilization for HPDC infrastructures and an outlook on potential applications of the model.

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