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- After the migration, compare the data to be sure it transferred accurately.
- Are there pacing controls such that the migration can have less resources dedicated to it so more important jobs can finish?
- Can the migration be interrupted and then resumed without starting over?
- What configuration changes are required? Can the transition to the migrated device be done seamlessly?
- An interruption on the source or an interruption on the target does not affect the application.
- Write data is written to both the donor system and the target so that a fallback operation will be successful.
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