1. Garbage Collection in software development simply means reclaiming resources used by data objects that can no longer be accessed. For example, if pointer A points to the address of an array and then points to another location without first deleting the array, then the array will forever take up a chunk of memory until the system is shut down. Garbage collection deletes such objects to reduce memory leaks.
2. Garbage collection in Solid State Drives (SSD) is the consolidation of useful data and separating it from garbage data. The operation is carried out by the SSD controller when the SSD is either active or idle depending on the implementation. By [...]
PuTTY is a free and open source terminal emulator application developed by Simon Tatham. It’s the most popular terminal emulator on the internet supporting protocols such as SSH, Telnet, SCP, SFTP, serial, rlogin, and raw socket. Given its open source nature, there are forked versions of PuTTY that provide additional features and functionality.
The most common usage of PuTTY is for terminal emulation using the SSH or Telnet protocols. These protocols allow remote terminal access for administration of servers or devices running SSH or Telnet servers.
In order to login to Supermicro’s IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface), the server you wish to connect must be connected via a network connection. The Supermicro server’s IPMI interface can then be accessed using Supermicro’s IPMIView software.
When logging into the Supermicro IPMI interface to manage a Supermicro server, the default username and password is as follows:Username: ADMIN Password: ADMIN
More information on Supermicro’s IPMI system can be found on Supermicro’s website here.