“You have been served,” the server said before the police took him off to be unceremoniously ejected.
The attack flooded US Telecom's server with requests until nobody, legitimate or not, could access the site.
We exploit servers day-by-day and during exploiting Facebook's server we saw an error and used it.
The texts may not be available, because companies seldom preserve them on the server for more than a few days, if at all.
It jams a website with thousands of requests, effectively overloading the server so that it is inaccessible to the public.
And if it took this form for the others, which would it take for May server?
Before dishes are put on, the Steward enters first, then the server.
Before him goes Death, his server, hastening the last mercy with eager steps.
It would be interesting to know who this server of the cure was.
For the last time the server removed the Missal, and brought it back to the right-hand side.
: As many as 10 ''servers,'' slang for dealers, worked out of the Keefe house (1990s+ Narcotics)
1. A program which provides some service to other (client) programs. The connection between client and server is normally by means of message passing, often over a network, and uses some protocol to encode the client's requests and the server's responses. The server may run continuously (as a daemon), waiting for requests to arrive or it may be invoked by some higher level daemon which controls a number of specific servers (inetd on Unix).
There are many servers associated with the Internet, such as those for HTTP, Network File System, Network Information Service (NIS), Domain Name System (DNS), FTP, news, finger, Network Time Protocol. On Unix, a long list can be found in /etc/services or in the NIS database "services". See client-server.
2. A computer which provides some service for other computers connected to it via a network. The most common example is a file server which has a local disk and services requests from remote clients to read and write files on that disk, often using Sun's Network File System (NFS) protocol or Novell Netware on PCs. Another common example is a web server.