How MYASS Works
Getting MYASS Started
Getting MYASS going is easy! With an intuitive interface setup is simple, and should only take a few minutes for anyone, even if you have no previous experience with MYASS or any other piece of software.
Initially Inputting into MYASS
The thought of putting something into a system as complex as MYASS can seem devastating to start with. Don't be fooled though, getting into MYASS is easy, and fun (once you get comfortable and start to explore).
Pre-existing handlers allow you to begin quickly and easily, accessing and inputting into MYASS almost immediately. MYASS is fully customizable, and can be modified easily to reflect foreign character sets, or allow for personal profiles, users and group privileges. As well, MYASS has the all the administrative backdoor functions and features that integrators and developers love to use.
Fail safes inside the MYASS Kernel monitors data frequently to insure the proper distribution of every bit and byte inside MYASS, which requires proper traffic within the storage capacity of MYASS and your hardware capacity. This allows load balancing for managing and allocating system resources efficiently in case of power surges, lock-ups, or occasionally brown outs that can exist in unstable circumstances. This makes it easy to access and to be quickly removed from the system if necessary.
Once loaded up with data the G-string code is applied which confines MYASS, and triggers a query that collects all the important bits of information in the system. Then MYASS creates long but compact logs that automatically backup inside the system. Once the capacity of the system has reached its limits MYASS is safeguarded by beginning to notifying users of a possible random I/O malfunction. Logs can be exported from MYASS in succession, partial, complete, or discrete loads, never altering the original kernel.
Although there are no minimum system requirements to run MYASS, it thrives in any environment that supports multifunction devices, and multi-port adapters. MYASS is platform independent, and has a small memory footprint, while taking up only a small portion of the perimeter of a hard disk. What is hard to believe is that MYASS has so much in store for you, and MYASS can take in more than you would ever think could go in there.