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System administration Guide supplement for sun OS Release 4.x SYBASE SQL Server handles all data management and transaction functions, independent of client applications and user interface functions. SQL Server manages multiple databases and multiple us

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  1. System administration Guide supplement for sun OS Release 4.x 
    SYBASE SQL Server handles all data management and transaction functions, independent of client applications and user interface functions. SQL Server manages multiple databases and multiple users, keeps track of the actual location of data on disks, maintains mapping of logical data description to physical data storage, and maintains data and procedure caches in memory. SYBASE SQL Server runs on a variety of hardware and operating system platforms. Operating system-specific issues do not affect the basic functionality of SQL Server, but there are some differences among platform implementations. These differences may include:  * The structure of entries in the interfaces file  * Options for selecting database devices * Changes to the operating system that enable or improve SQL Server performance 
     
  2. System Administration Guide Supplement for OS/2
    SYBASE SQL Server runs on a variety of hardware and operating system platforms. System-specific issues do not affect the basic functionality of SQL Server, but there are differences among platform implementations. These differences may include: 
    * Changes to the operating system that enable or improve SQL Server performance 
    * The structure of entries inthe sql.ini file 
    * Options for selecting database devices 
    * Operating system commands or utilities that simplify or automate routine System Administrator tasks 
    * Operating system commands for monitoring SQL Server performance
     
  3. The System administration guide for Novell Netware
    This chapter discusses operating system issues that must be considered in order to run SQL Server. Topics covered include: 
    * Installing required Novell system Netware Loadable Modules (NLMs) 
    * Enabling NetWare bindery services 
    * Changing SQL Server configuration variables 
    * Setting the NetWare search path 
    * Starting SQL Server from the command line 
    * Starting SQL Server automatically when the system is started 
      
  4. System Administration Guide Supplement for SCO UNIX
    Database devices are files or portions of a disk that are used to store databases and database objects. They may be initialized as regular operating system files or as raw divisions. If you install your master database device on an operating system file, you can still initialize raw divisions to be used as additional database devices. You can also use operating system files if you install your master device on a raw division. Before initializing any database device with disk init , choose a location for the device. A database device can be either a raw division or a regular operating system file. Regular operating system files are recommended only for testing and fine-tuning databases because they cannot guarantee recovery in the event of media failure, power failure, or system panic.
     
  5. Full-Text Search Specialty Data Store User's Guide
    Full-Text Search Specialty Data Store is an Open Server(TM) application built on Verity Search '97. Adaptive Server connects to the Full-Text Search engine through Component Integration Services (CIS), allowing queries written in the Verity query language to perform full-text searches on Adaptive Server data. There are two versions of the Full-Text Search Specialty Data Store:
    * The Standard version is included with your purchase of Adaptive Server Enterprise 
    * The Enhanced version is purchased separately and has additional capabilities
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