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XCP Maximum Values

shirotan
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I ran XCP SCAN with the -stats option.

There was a Maximum Values.

 

What is the unit of the Dirsize item?
Byte? MByte? Bit? Number of files?

I think this item is necessary to set Maxdir of the destination FAS when designing the migration.

 

== Maximum Values ==
Size          Depth    Namelen   Dirsize
275GiB         24             245          56654

== Average Values ==
Size            Depth      Namelen    Dirsize
1.55MiB        10              23                  11

 

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Mjizzini
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The unit is in  Kb

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[-maxdir-size {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Maximum Directory Size (privilege: advanced)This optionally specifies the maximum directory size. The default maximum directory size is model-dependent, and optimized for the size of system memory. You can increase it for a specific volume by using this option, but doing so could impact system performance. If you need to increase the maximum directory size, work with customer support.

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hmoubara
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shirotan
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Hello

hmoubara

 

Thank you for your replay.

But I'm not asking what Maxdir is.

 

I understand that the DirSize of "Max Value" displayed when scanning with the "-stats" option is the maximum directory size contained in the target to be scanned.

 

Based on this information, I understand that the FAS MaxDir for the migration target should be set.

Therefore, I would like to know the unit of this number.

Mjizzini
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The unit is in  Kb

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[-maxdir-size {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Maximum Directory Size (privilege: advanced)This optionally specifies the maximum directory size. The default maximum directory size is model-dependent, and optimized for the size of system memory. You can increase it for a specific volume by using this option, but doing so could impact system performance. If you need to increase the maximum directory size, work with customer support.

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