Typically, incremental scan times on large file systems can also require more time than actual data collection.
What does LFS stand for?
LFS stands for Large File System
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Since a Filer provides one large file system, it is simply a matter of adding a new disk drive to the storage array, issuing a couple of simple commands, and waiting long enough for the filer to zero out the new disk drive.
VERITAS has identified two fundamental backup problems: 1) Obtaining consistent point-in-time backups of large file systems or databases without blocking application access, and 2) backing up large file systems or databases without disrupting operational client traffic or server I/O.
There are two fundamental problems, regardless what backup technology you use: * Creating a consistent "point in time" image of a large file system or database without restricting access to the data during the time to create the image.