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What is serialization ?


           

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answered By sagar-33   0  
SERialization
     Specifies how Tivoli Storage Manager handles files or directories when
     they are modified during backup processing.The default value is SHRSTATIC. 
     Possible values are:
     SHRSTatic
          Specifies that Tivoli Storage Manager backs up a file or directory
          only if it is not being modified during backup. Tivoli Storage
          Manager attempts to perform a backup as many as four times,
          depending on the value specified for the CHANGINGRETRIES client
          option. If the file or directory is modified during each backup
          attempt, Tivoli Storage Manager does not back it up.
     STatic
          Specifies that Tivoli Storage Manager backs up a file or directory
          only if it is not being modified during backup. Tivoli Storage
          Manager attempts to perform the backup only once.
     SHRDYnamic
          Specifies that if the file or directory is being modified during a
          backup attempt, Tivoli Storage Manager backs up the file or
          directory during the last attempt even though the file or
          directory is being modified. Tivoli Storage Manager attempts to
          perform a backup as many as four times, depending on the value
          specified for the CHANGINGRETRIES client option.
     DYnamic
          Specifies that Tivoli Storage Manager backs up a file or directory
          on the first attempt, regardless of whether the file or directory
          is being modified during backup processing.
     Attention: Be careful about using the SHRDYNAMIC and DYNAMIC values.
     These values allow Tivoli Storage Manager to back up a file or
     directory while modifications are occurring. As a result, the backup
     version might be a fuzzy backup. A fuzzy backup does not accurately
     reflect what is currently in the file or directory because it contains
     some, but not all, modifications.
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