Definitions for "LOGS"
Text information reported from appliances and inserted into a SQL, MDSE, or PostgreSQL database by PacketHound Administrator.
Allows user to Enable/Disable debug Logging. This is particularly useful only to generate debug reports for troubleshooting.
Records made from data-gathering devices lowered into the wellbore. The devices transmit signals to the surface which are then recorded on film and used to make the record describing the formation's porosity, fluid saturation, and lithology. The filing of a log is required by the federal government if the drill site is on federal land.
Document used for recording and tracking information and activity.
Detailed depth-related records of certain significant details of an oil or gas well; usually obtained by lowering measurement instruments into a well.
Keywords:  pins, knock, weigh, precise, pounds
Pins that are difficult to knock down.
Practice pins that can weigh up to four pounds.
Heavy pins that are often used for practice, since they generally require more precise hits to achieve good scores.
Keywords:  forthcoming, stats, never, dies, frame
All of a frame's action is stored in a log which is used to create stats. S3 lives and dies by the log and changes to it are never forthcoming. It sees all. :)
An online storage of system activity normally generated automatically by the operating system and applications.
Web site logs are generated at the server level and contain all of the activity on the Web site. Software programs can be used to extrapolate the data from the logs into reports.
Schedules prepared by radio and television stations for BMI indicating by title, writer and artist all music performed on the station during a particular time period. Used as a basis for payment by BMI to writers and publishers.
Logs provide useful information in human readable form for both diagnosing problems with and monitoring a server.
Keywords:  viral, multiplied, ten, load, express
Short for logarithm. The number of times ten must be multiplied with itself to equal a number. For example, 100,000 is 5 logs (10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10). Logs are used to express viral load results and changes in viral load.