In this sense, point-in-time replication acts more like a backup than a mirror, except that it stores the copied data in its original format so it can be accessed immediately without the need for recovery and rebuilding.
What does NFR stand for?
NFR stands for Need for Recovery (work survey)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of NFR
We have 56 other meanings of NFR in our Acronym Attic
- National Film Registry
- National Finals Rodeo
- National Fire Rating (NFPA)
- NATO Financial Regulations
- NATO Frigate Replacement
- Naturally Fractured Reservoir
- Near Field Range (antenna measurement)
- Near-Far Resistance
- Near-Field Recording
- Nearly Faithful Reproduction
Samples in periodicals archive:
Regions that are said to have fish stocks with the most urgent need for recovery include the Black Sea, Northeast Atlantic, and the South Pacific --Reuters, 3/7
Preventing Glycogen Depletion--You can store only a limited amount of glycogen in your muscles and when you do back to back hard days you run the risk of depleting those glycogen stores, reducing your performance and increasing your need for recovery.
Although a data center's need for recovery may be seldom, if at all, its data could be retrieved from an off-site warehouse when the company is audited or a request is made to provide information to look at historical trends or even to settle a legal dispute.
With the need for recovery in addition to maintaining data integrity, the ability to physically remove a tape cartridge and take it somewhere else makes it a great ILM component.