Virtualization is an inherent capability of enterprise storage arrays, which aggregate capacity from multiple fixed disk drives in a single physical frame and present logical volumes for host access.
What does F-DISK stand for?
F-DISK stands for Fixed Disk (Microsoft disk partitioning utility)
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Different versions have different features, view system memory in different ways and format fixed disks differently.
This is called Thick Disk in VMware's terms and Fixed Disk by Microsoft; it's the default and the most popular setting.
Fixed disk libraries rely on modern replication technologies to move data offsite for disaster recovery; they only allow for disk removal to replace defective disks.
Small businesses are replacing low-end tape and fixed disk storage with RDX technology because it's fast, safe, transportable and easy to use.
Fixed disk does have its limitations with long-term data.