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Flexvols NetApp FlexClone technology

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Flexvols NetApp FlexClone technology


Please help me understand Copy on Write technology in reference to Flexvols. NetApp FlexClone technology

This is in reference to Snap Clone: Instant, self-serviced database-on-demand

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ACPI_RAPIDSTART(4)					   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 					ACPI_RAPIDSTART(4)

acpi_rapidstart -- Intel rapid start technology ACPI driver
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