Journaling - *RMVINTENT: The preferred fork in the road for heavy journal traffic
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Shops using remote journal have often found it particularly helpful to put a “fork in the road” thereby separating the resulting journal entries into two streams: those destined for the target side and those not. Configuring your journal in this fashion can save both disk space and transmission bandwidth.
Written by Larry Youngren and Christopher Kundinger
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