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A built-in password protected system log records complete documentation of all operating parameters.
To recover the database and to put it back in a consistent state, SQL Server needs log records from Tran 2, whereas records belonging to Tran 1 are not needed any more.
While Maria has been citing the Pradhan Committee report to absolve himself of any blame, Vinita's claims are serious because the book is not based on hearsay or sources but on the call log records of the control room and the officers involved in the operation.
To ensure that laboratories meet 21 CFR Part 11 rules, Event Log records all analysis activity, including configuration changes, calibrations and instrument errors, creating a time-stamped audit trail, and the Secure Save feature saves files to a read-only directory.
Besides the extended Audit Trail capacity, the Mini-AT memory provides over 500 event log records and over 200 alarm log records.
CA's Backup and Recovery Solution for DB2 provides customers with the ability to: Make backups in round-the-clock environments, with full data availability Prioritize recovery objects, and select utilities and parameters, in advance Pre-process log records for essential objects Incorporate recovery into large, unattended batch job streams Implement and automate effective disaster recovery procedures Bypass data recovery, when possible, using Checkpoint/Restart technology (SoftBase Systems) Specific utilities in the CA Backup and Recovery Solution for DB2 suite include Fast Recover, Log Analyzer, LogCompress, Merge/Modify, Quick Copy, Recovery Analyzer, and SoftBase Database Rely.
But every month, the heads and pipes of the system are supposed to be checked and a log record made by either the owner or an employee who has been referred to the Fire Department, educated in the particular system, and then certified.
The Delivery Log records the date and the individual responsible for assuring the return gets to the taxpayer.