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LU

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for LUXEMBOURG.

LU

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Luxembourger bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Luxembourg. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Luxembourg. Each district has its own code with the prefix "LU." For example, the code for the District of Diekirch is ISO 3166-2:LU-D.
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Unlike the IBM FAStT700, the CX600 can perform up to 100 snapshots per array, and up to eight snapshots per logical unit.
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By being able to co- locate these down in the accounting department or down in the engineering department, we then can logically group those devices together, single view, see everything that's going on inside that logical unit, not only in terms of storage and storagemanagement, but in terms of device management, who the users are, what files they've been using, and what application and application space is available to them.
The physical volume that we have grown to understand gives way to a virtualized networked storage pool that understands files and metadata about the files as the new logical unit.
Patented "Access Controls" software embedded on the Crossroads ServerAttach product fosters enhanced security by allowing direct control over each server's specific access to storage resources, even down to the Logical Unit (LUN) level.
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In instances where a substantial amount of information is being presented (association bylaws, performance competition guidelines and so forth) break the text into logical units of information.