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XCP Analytics for Use in data migration design

shirotan
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I run XCP Analytics before data migration.

 

I think that "the number of Atime / ModTime / CreateTime files per period" is a little useful for estimating the capacity of differential synchronization and final synchronization, but for other data, divide the source at the time of data migration.

 

I don't think it's useful in terms of getting data for the purpose of getting it.


Which data is useful for scan data when designing a migration?

 

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Space utilization
Access rights
Hot Cold Count
Host Cold Size
File Space Uaed By size
File Distribution By Size
Directory Depth
Entries in Directory
Files Modified/Created
Space Occupied By Users
File Distribution By Extension
Distribution by Type

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