The bacillus of Hansen is a mycobacterium that belongs to the Mycobateriaceae family, to the Actinomycetales order to the Schizomycetes classroom. The Mycobacterium leprae or bacillus of Hansen has form of linear rod or lightly incurvated, to the times in form of clava or rod of drum or, still, in form of bar bells; the length varies enters 1,5 the 8 m and the 0,2 width enters 0,4m and however it is multiplied each the 14 20 days in the laboratory animal, is admitted from there that the time of multiplication in the man is longer, the characteristic of its slow evolution and insidiosa who elapses the disease, divides itself for binary fisso, is one gram positive and strong alcohol-acid-resistant (FOCACIA, 2005) it is classified as being an obligator intracellular parasite that inhabits in fagolisossomas of the macrophages and in vacolos of cells endoteliais and of cells of Schwann of nerves peripheral, and this analogy can to be explained for comment of that the Mycobacterium Leprae possesss the power of is leagued expecificamente to the extracellular components of the surface of the cell of Schwann, that takes the internalizao of the bacillus, is considered as a mycobacterium that contains cidomiclico, arabinogalactan and phenolic glicolipidio in cellular wall (GOLDMAN; AUSIELLO, 2005). In agreement the clinical forms the Hansenase or Mal de Hansen is an infectious illness of aspect caused by the Mycobacterium leprae, that it has discontinous chronic course for reacionais surtos, affecting the peripheral skin and nerves. The natural reservoir of the bacillus is admitted to be the man, even so has stories of natural infection in animals as armadillos, monkeys and chimpanzees. I infect it occurs of individual for individual, being the ways of elimination and entrance of the bacilli injured parts of the skin or mucosae and aerial ways injured of the skin or mucosae and ways aerial superiors.
It is Sir Ambrose Flemig in 1.904, applying to the effect Edison who produces the first vacuum tube, also call Diode so that it only has two elements, later in 1.906, Lee Forest, discovers the electronic amplification adding a new element to the diode, which could control a great current using a small one, this new element was called Triode of emptiness. The machine that merits more attention in this generation is the ENIAC, constructed by the Physicist Jhon Mauchly and the Electrical Engineer J. Presper Eckert, who was finished making at the end of 1,945 in the School of Electrical Engineering of Pensilvania. ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) was 5,000 times faster than their competitor but next, Harvard Mark I, counted on all the elements of a modern computer; Memory, CPU and Input/output, the greater difference with the present computers is that it used decimal numbers in his internal operations. 1.2 THE DIGITAL COMPUTER: VON NEUMANN John Von Neumann was the one who introduced the binary arithmetic in the construction of computers and in the 1.950 complete EDIAC. After the work with the ENIAC, Mauchly and Eckert made, in 1.949 BINAC (Ordenador Binario Automtico), later developed the UNIVAC I, that attracted the public attention powerfully since it predicted the presidential victory of Eisenhower in 1.952.
also in 1.951 J.W Forrester discovered the memory of magnetic bulls. Also in 1.951 Forrester constructed to a called computer eddy, designed to control the aerial traffic and the air defense, had the capacity to reach great speed and discharge storage capacity, which was realised in drums and magnetic tapes, these present magnetic drums are similar to them disc, but in cylindrical form. 1,3 CARACTERISITICAS OF THE FIRST GENERATION: Use of emptiness valves? mass storage of data in drums and magnetic tapes 2 SECOND GENERATION OF COMPUTERS (1,959 to 1.964) 2.1 The TRANSISTOR In 1.947 by the Physicists Walter Brattain, William Shckley and John Bardeen, of Bell labs the discovery of the transistor (Contraction of the terms Resistor Transfer).
Introduction This article describes how to create a dump file (. Dmp file) user-level process in Windows Server 2008. Windows Error Reporting feature in Windows Server 2008 is that it creates a file monitor and dump heap dump file. However, you can not use the Windows Error Reporting for creating dump-file process running in user mode. Create a dump file, the user-level process in Windows Server 2008 to create a dump file of the user level in Windows Server 2008, use one of the following methods. Ali Partovi may not feel the same. Method 1: Use Task Manager If you are using Windows Task Manager to create a dump file of the user level, follow these steps: Run Task Manager.
To do this, use one of the following methods: Click the right click a blank spot on the taskbar, then select Task Manager. Press CTRL + SHIFT + ESC. Select the tab Processes, right click on the name of the desired process, then select Create Dump File. For more information see this site: Michael Dell. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or click Continue. The dump file will be created in the following process: Drive: UsersUserNameAppDatLocalTemp When you receive a message that the dump has been successfully created, click OK. Method 2: Use a tool you can use ADPlus ADPlus utility to create a dump file, the user-level process. ADPlus utility is included in the Debugging Tools for Windows.
How to estimate the size of the dump file of the user level, which is created you can use Performance Monitor to assess the size of the dump file user-level process that will be created. To do this, follow these steps: Click Start, type perfmon in the line Start Search, then click perfmon.exe in the list of Programs. If you are prompted for a password administrator password or confirmation, type or click Continue. Expand Monitoring Tools, and then click Performance Monitor. Right click in the empty space in the display area and click Add Counters. Among Available counters in the dialog box Add Counters, Click the next field below object characteristics Process, and then click Counter Virtual Bytes. Among the Instances of selected object, click the process name, click Add, and then click OK. The value that appears, will be the approximate size of the file dump. Note: Before you create a dump file of the user level, make sure you have enough free space on your hard drive to where the dump file will be saved. Source: