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WAFL

WArwick Functional Language. Warwick U, England. LISP-like.
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WAFL

(Write Anywhere File Layout) A high-performance journaling file system used in Network Appliance's NAS and caching devices. It natively supports RAID implementations and allows for expansion on the fly. Using a clever system of pointers to disk clusters that take up a small amount of extra disk space, WAFL enables up to 31 snapshots of the disk to be scheduled in order to roll back to previous versions of the data. See Network Appliance.
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The barriers faced by chiropractors within the WAFL are typical of those barriers faced by chiropractors in sport nationally and internationally.
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Perhaps this reflects their origins, with Port having been a real club in the SANFL and the Dockers having close connections with the Fremantle-based clubs in the WAFL. The other exception to the member-based model is the Kangaroos, which are owned by a small group of businessmen--the legacy of a decision to raise money by selling shares during one of the club's cash-strapped periods in the 1980s.
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The SunFire started playing during the WAFL's first season, which began in November and culminates with a championship game in January.
File-level data management tools, data protection solutions, high-performance client access and system management are provided by the Data ONTAP operating system and the patented NetApp WAFL file system.