Renegade59 wrote:Single Instance Storage (SIS) allows the server to maintain one copy of a file for multiple "people."
The easiest example is in MS Exchange. If you send an attachment to 30 people, the server used to need to keep 30 different copies of the same file. With SIS, it can keep just the one and use if for everyone.
TeknoJnky wrote:has anyone thought of or tried running open solaris and zfs with dedupe, on a pro/3200 via virtual box?
I realize it would be slower than using native, but for data that is dedupe friendly it might be worth it.
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