from The Century Dictionary.
- To become quiet or calm; become silent.
- In philology, to become silent, as a letter; come to have no sound.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To be silent, as a letter; to have no sound.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Become
- verb To make temporarily
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb become quiet or quieter
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The quiesce instance variable in the code above is a ReentrantReadWriteLock, so if anybody came in and called the quiesce method, they'd request the write lock and no further database commands could run until the lock was released.
When a backup product requests a backup, it can tell VSS to "quiesce" these VSS-aware applications.
Because only at the source can you typically quiesce the application writing to the storage so that the snapshot will be a meaningful one.
A te principium, in te recredit crimen quod a te fuit; peccasti, quiesce, as Ambrose expostulates with Cain, lib.
It also helped quiesce potential German opposition to Nazi policies; both by imposing state control on economic resources that any opposition movement would need to support itself, and by “buying off” potential opponents through welfare state handouts as Aly emphasizes.
It's times like this that I feel hungry and nauseated at the same time. * sigh* I think I will attempt to quiesce my brain and get some sleep. before | | this
Another hymn of the same class is, " Now hush your cries, and shed no tear," the "Jam moesta quiesce querela" of
CAQuietExec: Failed executing the command quiesce: Microsoft.
When all active stages in the pipeline chain have responded to the quiesce command and have terminated; Pipelines terminates.
Pipelines begins terminating the pipeline by instructing all active stages to quiesce.