Sunday, 31 March 2013

sirf tum

yadon mein,wadon mein,rahon mein,saanson mein,
tumhara khyal,tumhari baatein,tumhara chehra,tumhari mohabbat.

bas saath hai mere,kuchh khwab kuchh lamhe,
jisme basi ho tum.

main dekhta hoon tumhe,
har jugnu mein,har raushni mein,
har baarish mein,har sookhe mein,
un khwahishon ki tarah,
jisme basi ho tum, sirf tum.

main chahta hoon tumhe,
us dariya ki tarah,jiski chahat hai nadi,
us bhawnre ki tarah,jiski chahat hai kali,
us deepak ki tarah,jiski chahat hai raushni,
us dhdkan ki tarah,jiski chahat hai saanse,
aur har ek chahat mein,
basi  ho tum,sirf tum.

Monday, 25 March 2013


Last week was very hectic as i was busy in ecstasy 2013 our annual college fest.we enjoyed a lot in this one day fest.This time i was the head of hospitality team so it was so much learning experience for me.organising anything is not an easy task as you have to take care of all the things around you.There are lots of things to mange and retrieve so that everything will be done in systematic manner.there were lots of events like cultural,technical,literary and management.i am thankful to all my coordinators for their support and help in organising this event.every participants and coordinators had great enthusiasm for this fest and that's why it was a successful event.

Monday, 18 March 2013

my love

The lovely the charming oh my Love,
The beautiful the gorgeous oh my Love.

 when i think of you, when i wink at you
 when i hug you, when i kiss you.

when you hold my hand, i look into your eyes,
when you touch my lips, i look into your eyes.

when you walk around, i see you till end,
when you turn at me, i turn at you.

The lovely the charming oh my Love,
The beautiful the gorgeous oh my Love.  

my first ever english poem..did you like this?
let me know in comment section.


 with love

Sunday, 17 March 2013

zindgi-ek paheli.

ye zindgi ek paheli hai,
log milte hain bichhdte hain,
koi mohbbat ke saath to koi bewafai ke saath,
par saath jarur hota hai,na jane kyun.
aur kuchh nahi hota to bas jawab,
un uljhe huye sawalon ka,
bina manzil rahon mein bhatkne ka,
un yadon se,un khwabon se,
jo dekhte hain log,apne liye,doosron ke liye.
aur muskurati hai zindgi,
kabhi sapno ko todkar,to kabhi use jodkar.
aur nirantar chalti rahti hai,
manzil ki talash me,
thik us nadi ki tarah,jiski manzil hai sagar,
par zingi ka manzil,koi nahi janta.
ye zindgi ek paheli hai.

with love

Monday, 11 March 2013

my college

My college name is RADHA GOVIND GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS(RGGI). i am currently pursuing MCA from this college.Each and every faculty members of this college is of supportive nature.They always ready to help students.
There are many facilities like sports,hostel,medical,spiritual,etc are available in my college.College has large infrastructure with a temple named ASTHA DHYAN KENDRA.
i am proud to be a part of RGGI.
to know more about my college click here

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

unke liye

 ye fizayen ye baharen sab unke liye hai,
                                     ye hawayen ye ghatayen sab unke liye hai,
                                     ham to bas kinare pe tooti hui kashti ki tarah hain,
                                      ye zindgi,ye bandgi sab unke liye hai.

Friday, 1 March 2013

single system image

Single system imageFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In distributed computing, a single system image (SSI) cluster is a cluster of machines that appears to be one single system. The concept is often considered synonymous with that of adistributed operating system, but a single image may be presented for more limited purposes, just job scheduling for instance, which may be achieved by means of an additional layer of software over conventional operating system images running on each node. The interest in SSI clusters is based on the perception that they may be simpler to use and administer than more specialized clusters.
Different SSI systems may provide a more or less complete illusion of a single system.
Different SSI systems may, depending on their intended usage, provide some subset of these features.

Process migration

Many SSI systems provide process migration. Processes may start on one node and be moved to another node, possibly for resource balancing or administrative reasons. As processes are moved from one node to another, other associated resources (for example IPC resources) may be moved with them.

Process checkpointing

Some SSI systems allow checkpointing of running processes, allowing their current state to be saved and reloaded at a later date. Checkpointing can be seen as related to migration, as migrating a process from one node to another can be implemented by first checkpointing the process, then restarting it on another node. Alternatively checkpointing can be considered asmigration to disk.

Single process space

Some SSI systems provide the illusion that all processes are running on the same machine - the process management tools (e.g. "ps", "kill" on Unix like systems) operate on all processes in the cluster.

Single root

Most SSI systems provide a single view of the file system. This may be achieved by a simple NFS server, shared disk devices or even file replication.
The advantage of a single root view is that processes may be run on any available node and access needed files with no special precautions. If the cluster implements process migration a single root view enables direct accesses to the files from the node where the process is currently running.
Some SSI systems provide a way of "breaking the illusion", having some node-specific files even in a single root. HP TruCluster provides a "context dependent symbolic link" (CDSL) which points to different files depending on the node that accesses it. HP VMScluster provides a search list logical name with node specific files occluding cluster shared files where necessary. This capability may be necessary to deal with heterogeneous clusters, where not all nodes have the same configuration. In more complex configurations such as multiple nodes of multiple architectures over multiple sites, several local disks may combine to form the logical single root.

Single I/O space

Some SSI systems allow all nodes to access the I/O devices (e.g. tapes, disks, serial lines and so on) of other nodes. There may be some restrictions on the kinds of accesses allowed (For example OpenSSI can't mount disk devices from one node on another node).

Single IPC space

Some SSI systems allow processes on different nodes to communicate using inter-process communications mechanisms as if they were running on the same machine. On some SSI systems this can even include shared memory (can be emulated with Software Distributed shared memory).
In most cases inter-node IPC will be slower than IPC on the same machine, possibly drastically slower for shared memory. Some SSI clusters include special hardware to reduce this slowdown.

Cluster IP address

Some SSI systems provide a "cluster address", a single address visible from outside the cluster that can be used to contact the cluster as if it were one machine. This can be used for load balancing inbound calls to the cluster, directing them to lightly loaded nodes, or for redundancy, moving the cluster address from one machine to another as nodes join or leave the cluster.