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Measuring The State Of Primary Storage Deduplication
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12/3/2012 | 2:35:40 AM
re: Measuring The State Of Primary Storage Deduplication
This is obviously a process where one must weigh the benefits vs the risk to determine if it is worth it to go with data deduplication. The amount of space saved by going this route when you have tremendous amounts of data to be stored, the savings has to add up fairly quickly. Is it possible to determine the size of the table prior to implementation or is the table size unknown or unable to be calculated?

Paul Sprague
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