high-capacity storage system

high-capacity storage system
   Abbreviated HCSS. A data-storage system that extends the storage capacity of a Novell NetWare server by integrating an opticaldisk library, or jukebox, into the NetWare file system.
   Network users and applications can access files and directories on the jukebox with the same NetWare commands and function calls used to access files from a hard disk. The most frequently used HCSS files may be cached temporarily on the server hard disk to speed up access times. HCSS can also access a magnetic tape system.
   See also archive.

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