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Data Deduplication with Linux

Aug 29, 2011, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])

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"In recent years, the storage industry has been busy providing some of the most advanced features to its customers, including data deduplication. Data deduplication is a unique data compression technique used to eliminate redundant data and decrease the total capacities consumed on an enabled storage volume. A volume can refer to a disk device, a partition or a grouped set of disk devices all represented as single device. <[>During the process of deduplication, redundant data is deleted, leaving a single copy of the data to be stored on the storage volume.

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