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· The most common reason to tape a thumb is due to a sprain-type injury, usually caused by the thumb bending too far backward while skiing or playing sports such as basketball, volleyball or football.  When the thumb is moved beyond its normal range of 80%(20).
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5 Configuring the RMAN Environment. the fast recovery area must be large enough to contain the archived redo logs not yet on tape. and if the database generates 20 gigabytes of redo in a day, then a general rule of thumb is to allow 20 GB to 30 GB of disk space for the flashback logs.
For tape backups, allocate one channel for each tape drive. and if the database generates 20 gigabytes of redo in a day, then a general rule of thumb is to allow 20 GB to 30 GB of disk space for the flashback logs. The same rule applies to guaranteed restore points when flashback logging is enabled.
Thumb CMC arthroplasty is performed under general anesthesia with a “block.” An IV will be started in the non-operative arm to deliver medicine that puts you to sleep, so you will be unconscious and unable to feel anything during surgery.
I have a ball with a mold that I'm either assuming didn't set right or my pro made a mistake where this particular thumb is too loose and I find myself putting 3 pieces up front and one on the back whereas the other 3 balls I use I only need one piece up front. I'm contemplating having him redo my mold to hopefully match my other three balls.
· Redo log files should be sized so that a filled group can be archived to a single unit of offline storage media (such as a tape or disk), with the least amount of space on the medium left unused. For example, suppose only one filled redo log group can fit on a tape and 49% of the tape storage capacity remains unused.