Over dinner in Cooperstown last month, my old friend Bill Deane, a paragon of records study, advised me of his new book-length project on players who homered in their final major league at bats. In 1980, the outfielder hit safely in 43 of his first 44 games for Savannah, finally attracting some attention.
Linares’s slogan was “I hit in any league.” Until his 30th birthday, however, the only ones in which he got the chance were the minor and the winter leagues.
The most dangerous and common route of rabies exposure is from the bite of a rabid mammal.The dmgr retrieves information about the state of master repository and compare that with the node repository.A list of changed folders is returned back to the node agent, after comparing the epochs of the two repositories.A year later, he was a 30-year-old rookie on the Braves, with a swing that reminded writer Furman Bisher of “a house painter falling off a ladder.”Linares batted .265 for the Braves in 1981, and .298 in ’82.That winter, he suffered a devastating ankle fracture in winter league play, causing him to miss most of the 1983 season.
The very first synchronization after node agent starts is a full synchronization another possible way for an auto sync to be a full sync is if a "refresh Repository Epoch" JMX call to change the epoch value of the repository is issued Yes, if select "Full Resynchronize" in the console, or if invoke "refresh Repository Epoch" operation on Config Repository MBean in node agent process, before invoking "sync" operation on the Node Sync MBean More details on how synchronization works Synchronization operations are invoked by node agent in the cases of auto sync or user explicitly initiated synchronization, etc; or by the sync Node/add Node processes when sync Node.bat/sh or add Node.bat/sh is invoked.