target disk

target disk

The disk onto which data are written (recorded). Contrast with source disk.
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Reduction of network traffic is best achieved through very small backups, which dart across the network rapidly, eliminating network bottlenecks as the backup image travels from VM to LAN to SAN to backup target disk. Block-level incremental backups achieve this while full base backups, and even file-level incrementals, do not.
The nightly backup window problem is solved due to higher transfer rates between host disk and backup target disk, and improved reliability and fault-tolerance of RAID disk.
* New alerts have been added to warn users that cloning a volume will erase all data on the target disk chosen for the clone.
On other occasions, they picked up the left or right target disk, depending on whether the disks looked the same or different in size.
ImageBlaster Pro creates an identical image of a target disk configured with software to be installed on other workstations.
If a file yoy need to copy is too large to fit on a single disk, COPY and XCOPY will simply abort without copying any of the file, leaving you with nothing but an error message that there is not enough roon on the target disk. SLICE, on the other hand, will fill the disk then prompt for another.
However, if a file with that name already exists on the target disk or path, the user is given the choice of changing the target file name or of overwriting the existing file with the target file.
Another advantage is that the only restore limitation of a SCSI disk is the target disk must be equal to or greater in size than the original.
Be aware, however, that the target disk will end up just like the source disk.
The /S switch copies all files in all subdirectories and creates the appropriate subdirectory on the target disk, in this case the A: drive.
This study presents the results of the first unbiased survey in that the target disks were selected independently of their brightness -- in other words, the researchers did not know whether any of their targets had ring structures when they selected them for the survey.