time out


time out
● ►en /taym aout/ loc. m. ►DISQUE Aussi écrit: "timeout". Événement survenant quand un lecteur de disque ou de CD-ROM n'a pas été capable de répondre dans un délai imparti. En général, c'est mauvais signe... (++).

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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