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What does BLKSIZE stand for?

BLKSIZE stands for Block Size

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Each type of data, such as executable files, text files, and database records, will be deduplicated with the block size that achieves the maximum compression rate.
Features include: easy adjustment to different block sizes and lamella sizes on a touchscreen; easy integration of multiple machines in a line or into automated processes; saw blade kerf from 1.
The SC-1000 compression engine implements real-time data compression for disk-to-disk backup, while the security engine, which supports 128- and 256-bit key sizes, implements the AES algorithm in ECB mode with a 128-bit block size and variable key size changeable on a per-block basis.
Features include: production capacity up to 45,000 sq ft per single shift; easy adjustment to different block size and lamella size on touchscreen; 2- to 6-blade heads; saw blade keff of 1.
It includes a number of key features that increase speed and confidence of data protection, use existing operational procedures, and preserve existing backup investments, including: * Support for cloning to physical cartridges for offsite storage * Compatibility with user's current backup software and operating systems * Ability to use data block size 4 to 12 times larger than blocks transferred through most file systems * Existing backup packages support copy to tape for cloning or export * Optimizes tape performance * Low overall cost of ownership Other members of the EBSI include Atempo, Legato Systems, Network Appliance, OTG Software, and QLogic.