Server programs, Basic Computer Science

Server Programs: 

Server programs are dedicated computer programs that run as services and serve the needs or requests of other programs. These services may run on a dedicated hardware or on the same computer as the requesting program. Also, one on more services may run on  the same computer hardware.

Some common examples of different types of server programs are:  

  • Web server - for hosting websites.  
  • Print server - manage multiple print requests for multiple printers.  
  • File server - manages the storage and retrieval of shared computer files.  
  • Database server - provide database services to other computer programs.  
  • Mail Server - manages and transfers electronic mail messages.  

 

Posted Date: 10/23/2012 5:38:27 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Server programs, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Server programs, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Server programs Discussions

Write discussion on Server programs
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Ask question #Minimum 100 words accepted/

create a flowchart showing average score for the 3 quizzes assume that there are 3 sections each having 5 students the only valid number to be entered is 1-100 for the quizzes shou

I n t e rnal Structure of Agents We have looked at agents in terms of their external influences and behaviors: they take input from the environment and perform rational act

For a processor to be able to process an instruction, it requires to be able to determine what the instruction is asking to be carried out. For this to take place, the CPU requires

what is computer topology .

difference between genral and event procedures

The microprocessor is at times referred to as the ''brain'' of the personal computer, and is responsible for the processing of the instructions which creates computer software. It

There are two methods to work with files, the first one is through file control blocks or "FCB" and the second one is through communication channels, also identified as "handles".

The project designs a school computer lab with the necessary hardware and software components along with the IP address for different components. The computer lab consists of one I

Your next step is to analyze "proposed" technical requirements/specs based on the business requirements (new performance needs) for Big Bucks. 1.Create a "CRUD" Matrix in an Exce