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David Hitz, Allan Schwartz, James Lau, Guy Harris: Multiple facility operating system architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, January 16, 1996: US05485579 (329 worldwide citation)

This is achieved in a computer system employing a multiple facility operating system architecture. The computer system includes a plurality of processor units for implementing a predetermined set of peer-level facilities wherein each peer-level facility includes a plurality of related functions and ...


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David Hitz, Allan Schwartz, James Lau, Guy Harris: Multiple software-facility component operating system for co-operative processor control within a multiprocessor computer system. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, May 16, 2000: US06065037 (258 worldwide citation)

This is achieved in a computer system employing a multiple facility operating system architecture. The computer system includes a plurality of processor units for implementing a predetermined set of peer-level facilities wherein each peer-level facility includes a plurality of related functions and ...


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Steven Kleiman, David Hitz, Guy Harris, Sean O&apos Malley: File system image transfer. Network Appliance, Swernofsky Law Group PC, August 5, 2003: US06604118 (230 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and system for duplicating all or part of a file system while maintaining consistent copies of the file system. The file server maintains a set of snapshots, each indicating a set of storage blocks making up a consistent copy of the file system as it was at a known ti ...


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Steven R Kleiman, David Hitz, Guy Harris, Sean W O Malley, Michael Malcolm, James Lau, Byron Rakitzis: File system image transfer. Network Appliance, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, February 6, 2007: US07174352 (116 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and system for duplicating all or part of a file system while maintaining consistent copies of the file system. The file server maintains a set of snapshots, each indicating a set of storage blocks making up a consistent copy of the file system as it was at a known ti ...


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Guy Harris, Duane Callaway, Rajesh Shah: Pressure differential downset. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Robby T Holland, Richard Donaldson, Jay Cantor, August 16, 1994: US05338705 (8 worldwide citation)

The edges of a semiconductor die are moved away from the lead frame leads attached to the die by using a pressure differential across the semiconductor die.


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Angeles Cabello, Guy Harris, Robert A Giacobbe, Gregory L Helms, Otto D Hensens, Suzanne M Mandala, E Tracy T Jones, Isabel Martin, Walter Rozdilsky: Antibiotic agents. Merck & Co, Richard C Billups, Joseph F DiPrima, January 4, 1994: US05276055 (2 worldwide citation)

Compounds having the formula ##STR1## wherein R and R.sup.1 may be H or COCH.sub.3 provided that when R.sup.1 is COCH.sub.3, R is COCH.sub.3 are described.


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Steven Kleiman, David Hitz, Guy Harris, Sean O Malley: File system image transfer. Steven A Swernofsky, November 22, 2001: US20010044807-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and system for duplicating all or part of a file system while maintaining consistent copies of the file system. The file server maintains a set of snapshots, each indicating a set of storage blocks making up a consistent copy of the file system as it was at a known ti ...


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Steven R Kleiman, David Hitz, Guy Harris, Sean W O Malley, Michael Malcolm, James Lau, Byron Rakitzis: File system image transfer. Swernofsky Law Group, April 25, 2002: US20020049718-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and system for duplicating all or part of a file system while maintaining consistent copies of the file system. The file server maintains a set of snapshots, each indicating a set of storage blocks making up a consistent copy of the file system as it was at a known ti ...


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Guy Harris, Duane Callaway, Rajesh Shah: Pressure differential downset apparatus. Texas Instruments Incorporated, W Daniel Swayze Jr, W James Brady III, Richard L Donaldson, January 9, 1996: US05481899

The edges of a semiconductor die are moved away from the lead frame leads attached to the die by using a pressure differential across the semiconductor die.


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