Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 11:42:37 -0700
Reply-To: George Chalissery <chalissery@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From: George Chalissery <chalissery@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Off topic: Solaris hierarchical storage
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There are several products that can do this as pointed out by David
Cassell. Your best bet is to ask the same question on
comp.arch.storage which is can be accessed through Google Groups at
abe_anon@HOTMAIL.COM (Abe Anon) wrote in message news:<F45q3QSL6o3xgK4SV9l00011025@hotmail.com>...
> Please pardon the off-topic message. Perhaps someone on the list knows about
> these things.
> In the mainframe world there are products that monitor disk access and
> automatically move files that aren't accessed much to secondary storage, and
> then automatically move them back if there is an access request. All this
> happens transparently to the user.
> We could sure use such a thing on our Solaris machines. Does anyone know
> about this? Can they point me to some good information?
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