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Thursday, 14 March 2013

Advanced Database Management Systems(ADBMS) lab report m.tech 1st sem cs vtu




PROGRAMS

1. Develop a database application to demonstrate storing and retrieving of BLOB and CLOB objects.

The document repository will use one database containing one table to store its data. Using the MySQL console application (c:\mysql\bin\mysql.exe for Win32 or /usr/bin/mysql for *nix users), create the database and switch to it with the following commands:

create database myFiles;
use myFiles;

Next create the table that will actually store the BLOB's as part of the myFiles database:

create table myBlobs
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(
blobId int auto_increment not null,
blobTitle varchar(50),
blobData longblob,
blobType varchar(50),
primary key(blobId),
unique id(blobId)
);

Now there is one database named myFiles, which contains one table named myBlobs. The details of each field in the myBlobs table are shown below:
·         blobId: An integer that will provide a unique numerical identifier for each blob (ie 1, 2, 3, etc). It is incremented and tracked internally by MySQL whenever a new record is added.

·         blobTitle: A description of each blob in the table, for example "My word document about golf", or "Picture of the sky". It serves no real purpose, but will come in handy when viewing the files  through a web page later on.

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Advanced Database Management systems(ADBMS) notes m.tech vtu 1st sem cs

Hi

Find all the notes related to ADBMS M.TECH CS 1ST SEM

LINK: 

                         Introduction to DataWarehouse(pptx)

                         Object Databases(pptx)

                         Object Data Model(pptx)

                         DataWarehouse toolkit(pdf)


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LAB REPORT:


ADBMS LAB REPORT(MANUAL)(word doc)

 


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Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Advanced operating systems lab manual(report) m.tech 1st sem cs vtu




1. Design, develop and execute a program using any thread library to create the number of threads specified by the user; each thread independently generates a random integer as an upper limit, and then computes and prints the number of primes less than or equal to that upper limit along with that upper limit.

INTRODUCTION
         A process defines a Customized Computations framework in which a program executes.  In traditional operating system the basic unit of CPU utilization is a process. Each process has its own program counter, its own register states, its own stack, and its own address space. Now a days, in operating system , the basic unit of CPU utilization is thread and a  process may consist of one or more threads.    
      
PROCESS AND PROCESS CONTROL BLOCK
A process is a program in execution or an instance of a program running on a computer. Two essential elements of process are program code and a set of data associated with that code. At any given point of time while the program is executing, the process can be uniquely characterized by a number of elements including the following,
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Identifier: a unique identifier associated with the process, to distinguish it from all other process.
State: if the process is currently executing it space is in the running state
Priority: priority level relative to other processes.
Program counter: the address of the next instruction in the program to be executed.
Memory pointers: includes pointers to the program court and data associated with the process plus any memory blocks shared with other processes.
Context data: these are the data that are presenting registers in the processor while the process is executing. 
I/O status information: includes outstanding I/O requests, I/O devices’ assigned to the process, list of files in use by process and so on.

Accounting Information: May include the amount of processor time and clock time used, time limits, account numbers and so on.

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Computer Networks Peterson A Systems Approach Fourth Edition solution manual m.tech cs 1st sem vtu

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Raj Jain The Art of Computer Systems Performance Analysis solution manual cspa mtech cs 1st sem vtu

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m.tech 1st sem CS internal question papers AIT Bangalore

Hi all CS 1st sem M.tech students!
                
I have taken a snap shots of all the internal question papers of  Acharya Institute of Technology  1st sem cs m.tech(2012-2013).

Please find them here to download. Also please note that the images may appear blur and the text too small so don't forget to zoom in and see the papers. It's just for reference to show how questions can be asked on a particular topic.



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