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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfault-tolerantˈfault-ˌtolerant adjective   fault-tolerant computer/machine
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fault-tolerantWhen a disk fails, objects are re-replicated on remaining disks and the system becomes fault-tolerant again with replacing the failed disk.It includes parallel index builds, archive and restore tables, a graphical interface for tape management routines and fault-tolerant back-up functions.The chips are targeted at embedded controls, portable and desktop computers, high-end fault-tolerant machines and supercomputers.Stratus claims to be the first fault-tolerant system vendor to ship the Unix System V.4 multiprocessing operating system.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfault-tolerantˈfault-ˌtolerant adjectiveCOMPUTING fault-tolerant computer/machine a computer that continues working even if it has a fault or when there is a fault in a programfault tolerance noun [uncountable]
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