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The original format is recognizable by the .Shared ending, while the transactional shared file format ends with .TShared. A shared file using the transactional .TShared format is more reliable in case of failures, such as network issues, power outages, or insufficient storage space on disk. We recommend to use the .TShared format for files larger than 2 GB, because this format can handle file size up to 16 EB (exabyte). You can use the two different formats, original and transactional, simultaneously for different applications on the same server. However, only one format (either .Shared or .TShared) should be used in a given application.
The -f parameter allows to use the cleaning tool to convert between different shared file formats, such as .TShared and .Shared.
The format can be specified as:
If the -f parameter is not specified, the default option is same.
And you will get a 1.QVW.TShared_clean file on the same folder as a result. Symply rename the resulting .TShared_clean to .TShared.
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