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XBM control structures

The XBM control structures provide you with flexibility in configuring the extended buffer and in specifying the data that you want XBM to manage.

The following table describes these structures.




Cache definitions for managing the extended buffer

Management sets

Object definitions for managing data that contain snapshot templates


Processing options that control XBM in general and control how some XBM components interact in their particular environments

XBM stores management set and configuration definitions in the XBM repository, with the general options that you have specified. XBM uses information from these control structures to determine what data to process and how to manage it.

When you activate a configuration, XBM creates the cache for the extended buffer.

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