To manage remote clients, use the Volume Activation Management Tool (VAMT) version 1.2 or later, or create custom WMI scripts that are aware of the differences between platforms. For more information about WMI properties and methods for Volume Activation, see WMI Properties and Methods for Volume Activation.
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The new US DHHS guidelines for ART initiation have expanded to include all patients with pregnancy, HIV-associated nephropathy, and hepatitis B virus (HBV) coinfection requiring treatment for HBV, regardless of CD4 count, and in all patients with CD4 500 cells/mm3, the panel of experts is evenly split between favoring ART initiation and considering it optional. These changes stem from mounting evidence that earlier ART initiation, even before any significant CD4 drop and immune deficiency symptoms, translates to better immune recovery, better tolerance for side effects, smaller risk for TB reactivation, and reduced HIV and TB transmission on a public health level [6-10]. It should be noted, however, that the "moderate level of evidence" for these benefits comes primarily from observational studies conducted in the US and Europe [9,10] and to a large extent reflects reduced cardiovascular complications and cancer. HPTN052 is a multinational trial of 1750 subjects with HIV infection who have been randomized to receive ART at CD4 >350 cells/mm3 or when CD4 declines to 250 cells/mm3 . The Strategic Timing of Antiretroviral Treatment(START) trial, another international multi-center randomized study, is underway to compare immediate commencement of ART at CD4 >500 cells/mm3 to deferral of ART until CD4 declines below 350 cells/mm3 in terms of morbidity and mortality . These trials will provide stronger evidence than observational studies for the benefits of early therapy in asymptomatic patients with high CD4 counts.
As lower baseline CD4 count correlates to worse prognosis, decreasing the treatment threshold and expanding treatment coverage may be an urgent next step in China to control both AIDS and non-AIDS related mortality and morbidity. Most patients still present with late disease, and fewer than 1 in 3 HIV-positive individuals are aware of their status . At the end of August 2008, the median baseline CD4 count of those enrolling into the NFATP was only 118 cells/mm3 . Resource limitation is the biggest obstacle in implementing more aggressive screening and treatment guidelines. A rise in the number of patients eligible for ART will require increased ARV supplies, improved laboratory monitoring capabilities, and additional trained HIV care providers. The National Center for AIDS/STD Control and Prevention (NCAIDS) will raise funds to ensure sustainable supplies and continue to strengthen the physician education program initiated in 2002. With the expansion of ART coverage, first line drug resistance and second line treatment availability will become bigger concerns. ART resistance testing and surveillance are currently being conducted and will expand to nationwide coverage within the next 5 years. NCAIDS is also considering greater cooperation with nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) as a channel for providing additional adherence counseling. As treated patients live longer, long term ART-related side effects like the above-mentioned mitochondrial toxicities will require improved monitoring and management. Finally, efforts are needed to reduce stigma, which prevents many from receiving HIV testing and treatment. Infection with HIV is often equated with being immoral - it is not uncommon for HIV-positive individuals to be estranged from their family, and the family from the community, all driven by fear and shame. The Chinese government is already taking steps to promote social tolerance by expanding methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) and needle and syringe programs (NSPs), removing the requirement for viral hepatitis testing before school and job entry, and lifting the entry ban on HIV-positive foreigner .
As best I am aware, this is the first set of studies to examine the effects of the same signaling pathway on the two different AD pathologies independently. The fact that we observed completely opposite effects of CX3CR1 deficiency on Aβ and Tau pathologies suggests that therapeutics strategies aimed at this (and related) pathways may have opposing effects depending upon the stage of disease progression and prevalence of the different brain pathologies. Given recent evidence from imaging and biomarker studies that suggest Aβ and Tau pathologies are differentially induced over a 10-20 year period of time, this provides additional impetus for designing therapeutic strategies and clinical trials aimed at specific stages of disease progression.
If your process set-up is common stuff like setting up sockets, then you could handle that in systemd by declaratively describing what you want in a .socket unit, and using socket activation of your service, so your process doesn't need to do setup before dropping capabilities.I don't think this has a way to set up an outgoing connection, but that's more common in outgoing client applications, which you wouldn't necessarily be able to use systemd for anyway. (Log in to post comments) Aren't systemd's security capabilities in userspace simpler to use? Posted Jul 22, 2015 20:21 UTC (Wed) by wahern (subscriber, #37304) [Link]
Socket activation existed for decades before systemd in the form of inetd, and almost nobody bothered to use it. Why? Because opening a socket is but one of many ad hoc initialization tasks complex services implement. Instead of trying to abstract away these patterns and trying to provide a One True Interface only suitable for imaginary or proof-of-concept programs, it makes more sense to provide a simple, powerful primitive which takes care of 80% of the work, leaving the finer ad hoc details to the application. fork is like this. tame tries to be like this, but only time will tell whether how useful it really is.The problem with systemd is that it makes easy things easier, but complex things more convoluted, assuming it's useful at all. systemd isn't _composable_ in the sense of being able to build another layer atop it. It's a tool for system administrators wrangling poorly written software. It's not a solution for implementing correctly written software in the first instance. Likewise for something like journald. It's a nice piece of engineering. But it's not composable. A composable logging approach would be logging to stderr on a file descriptor specifiable via the invocation options, so that users can direct log messages however and where ever they see fit, including but not limited to journald. Composability allows you to programmatically extend and repurpose the functionality, without having to know about the internal details of the implementation, and without needing the cooperation of the implementation beyond the simple interface it provides--logging to a specified file descriptor. journald and how-to-properly-implement-logging-in-your-application are unrelated from a programmer's perspective, yet sadly conflated by system administrators and developers alike.I personally favor moving developers toward something like Capsicum. Tame and seccomp seem more like interim measures, and I would hate to see the slow shift to Capsicum (or the Capsicum-like model) stall out. Systemd is irrelevant in the context of such approaches. It's more relevant for approaches like VMs or containers, which not coincidentally are approaches especially preferred by system administrators as it allows them to wrangle poorly written and misbehaved software. Capsicum Posted Jul 23, 2015 8:46 UTC (Thu) by gasche (subscriber, #74946) [Link]
> Private keys. Sensitive configuration files. Filesystem initializations.For the filesystem initialization bit you could potentially use a different process. Systemd has a system-wide filesystem initialization service that runs on boot, which it uses to initialize some of its services' filesystem paths, and other services can drop in a config file if they choose to do setup this way.> It's not only about having read access to specific resources, but often times initializing those resources, or even re-initializing after failure. Any complex program will either need to manage dropping capabilities on its own, or it will have to be architected as a collection of multiple independent processes invoked separately. In such cases, systemd doesn't simplify things; it complicates them.You can still have your service do its own capability dropping, systemd isn't forcing you to use its capability dropping mechanism, so it can't be complicating matters here.If you *do* choose to split your service up, then I think systemd unit files are simpler, though if you disagree nobody is stopping you using an old sysv init script.> Socket activation existed for decades before systemd in the form of inetd, and almost nobody bothered to use it. Why? Because opening a socket is but one of many ad hoc initialization tasks complex services implement. Instead of trying to abstract away these patterns and trying to provide a One True Interface only suitable for imaginary or proof-of-concept programs, it makes more sense to provide a simple, powerful primitive which takes care of 80% of the work, leaving the finer ad hoc details to the application. fork is like this. tame tries to be like this, but only time will tell whether how useful it really is.As a counter-point, I've repeatedly been frustrated by services that insist on doing their own socket initialization, and are insufficiently flexible about what I need to do with the sockets.Usually binding it to an ephemeral port, so I can start up the service multiple times, to run isolated tests against the service in parallel, or binding the service to a specific interface, so I'm not relying on binding to the IP address that the interface I want to bind it to happens to currently have.> The problem with systemd is that it makes easy things easier, but complex things more convoluted, assuming it's useful at all.I don't understand your point, since as far as I'm aware it's not preventing you doing it the old way.> systemd isn't _composable_ in the sense of being able to build another layer atop it.I don't follow.The rkt guys are building container management on top of systemd-nspawn and service management.As I understand it, desktop environment developers are building on top of systemd-logind's session management.The Cockpit guys are building server administration interfaces on top of systemd's APIs.> It's a tool for system administrators wrangling poorly written software.You've described most software there, aren't tools for dealing with it valuable?> It's not a solution for implementing correctly written software in the first instance. Likewise for something like journald. It's a nice piece of engineering. But it's not composable.Given your previous definition of composable software being something you can build on, then I think it is, as rsyslog builds on journald to provide the traditional interface on top of journald by reading messages out of the journal.> A composable logging approach would be logging to stderr on a file descriptor specifiable via the invocation options, so that users can direct log messages however and where ever they see fit,How is this standard interface for providing logging descriptors to processes composable, but setting up other resources like sockets not?> including but not limited to journald.Indeed. journald gives you the option of setting up an extra file descriptor, which messages written to get appropriately labelled.The application or an ancestor program can set this up with sd_journal_stream_fd(), or from a shell you can do: my_command --log-fd=100 100> >(systemd-cat --identifier=my_command_log)> Composability allows you to programmatically extend and repurpose the functionality, without having to know about the internal details of the implementation, and without needing the cooperation of the implementation beyond the simple interface it provides--logging to a specified file descriptor.Systemd isn't stopping you doing that.> journald and how-to-properly-implement-logging-in-your-application are unrelated from a programmer's perspective, yet sadly conflated by system administrators and developers alike.Are you saying neither system administrators or developers are programmers Aren't systemd's security capabilities in userspace simpler to use? Posted Jul 23, 2015 20:14 UTC (Thu) by ibukanov (subscriber, #3942) [Link] 2b1af7f3a8