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Troy Don Miller, Isom Lawrence Crawford Jr: Terminating a non-clustered workload in response to a failure of a system with a clustered workload. Hewlett Packard Development Company, January 26, 2010: US07653833 (57 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for check-pointing an non-clustered workload to make room for a clustered workload that was running on a computer system that has suffered a hardware failure.


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Don Miller: Bag support. Krass & Young, May 28, 1991: US05018637 (26 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a collapsible trash container that holds a plastic grocery bag in an open position inside the container so that the plastic bag may be loaded with trash. The container is substantially rectangular having a base, four sidewalls terminating in an open top, and two deta ...


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William Don Miller: Reusable pneumatic dunnage device. Gordon M Newby, Chernoff & Vilhauer, October 26, 1976: US03987736 (19 worldwide citation)

A reusable dunnage device which cushions goods from normal shocks during transit and withstands extreme impacts without damage. A pair of elongate boards are disposed adjacent an elongate, flexible, inflatable rubber tube on opposite sides thereof and this combination is placed vertically between pa ...


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Don Miller, Henry H Macler II, Jeffrey E Macler, Steven Avery: Container adapted to hold and dispense bagged fluids. AMMM Patent Holdings, Lewis Rice & Fingersh L C, March 13, 2007: US07188749 (17 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispensing apparatus comprising a bag containing fluid, a container that provides support for the bag, a spike comprising a hollow stem through which fluid can flow, the spike being connected to the bag at a joint created upon the puncturing of the bag by the spike, and a dispensing mechanis ...


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Isom Lawrence Crawford Jr, Troy Don Miller, Gregory D Jordan, Francisco Romero, Thomas Edwin Turicchi Jr: System and method for associating workload management definitions with computing containers. Hewlett Packard Development Company, July 6, 2010: US07752624 (8 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a system comprises a plurality of computing containers having processing resources for executing software workloads, a plurality of management processes for controlling access to the processing resources according to workload policy definitions, a data container for storing a plur ...


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Troy Don Miller, Thomas Edwin Turicchi Jr, Isom L Crawford Jr: System and method for replacing an inoperable master workload management process. Hewlett Packard Development Company, July 12, 2011: US07979862 (2 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method comprises executing respective workload management processes within a plurality of computing compartments to allocate at least processor resources to applications executed within the plurality of computing compartments, selecting a master workload management process to re ...


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Sergey Murauyou, Nelson Au, Glenn Wernig, Don Miller, Mark Johnson, Tommy Lee: Magnetic retention of peripheral device for a tablet computer. NVIDIA CORPORATION, Artegis Law Group, November 27, 2018: US10139926

A peripheral device for a computing device comprises a body configured for insertion into a storage cavity in the computing device, a first magnet, and a second magnet. The first magnet is disposed within the body proximate a first external surface of the body and having a first pole of a first pola ...