Use this dialog box to view or change the properties of a storage policy copy.Copy Information
Allows you to select the properties of the copy.
The name of the copy.
If selected, identifies this as the Primary copy for the storage policy. If cleared, this copy is a secondary copy.
If selected, only full backups are copied from the primary copy to the secondary copy based on the criteria selected in the Selective Copy tab of the Copy Properties dialog box.
If cleared, the copy is a synchronous copy which means that everything from the primary copy including full, differential, and incremental backups are copied to the secondary copy.
If selected, prevents the deletion of data that is not qualified for aging. Once selected, retention cannot be reduced on previously written data.
If selected, this copy is enabled and can transfer data to/from the media.
If cleared, the copy is disabled and data cannot be copied to the media. However, data can still be pruned even if it is not copied.
Select this option to associate storage policy copy to a Global Deduplication Policy that is available in the list.
If selected, only one copy of a file is physically stored in the library and reference counts for subsequent copies of the file (found in subsequent data protection or auxiliary copy operations using this copy) is maintained. The reference counts are stored in a Deduplication Store which can be configured using the Deduplication tab of the Copy Properties dialog box.
Deduplication can only be enabled for storage policy copies associated with a disk library.
If selected, specifies that when a data protection operation is performed, data will be backed up to this copy in addition to the primary copy. Note that this copy and the primary copy must utilize the same MediaAgent.
Click to prevent a job from being copied to the same library during Inline Copy operations.
If selected, specifies that data can be copied to multiple secondary copies concurrently rather than sequentially.
Specifies that data can be copied to this copy only after an n amount of days after the data was protected.
The calendar that will be used to calculate the time intervals by which data is copied during auxiliary copy operations and aged by extended retention rules during data aging operations. This option is available only if a custom calendar was created.
The name of the preferred library to which backup data from this copy is directed.
The MediaAgent defined for the destination library.
(Removable Media Library only)
The drive pool name of the specified Library to which backup data for the Primary Copy is directed. (This information only applies if the specified Library is a removable media library.)Within a NAS storage policy, if the primary copy is using a NAS-attached drive pool, then any secondary copies within that storage policy must also use a NAS-attached drive pool.
(Removable Media Library only)The name of the scratch pool from which this storage policy copy obtains new media. (This information only applies if the specified Library is a removable media library.)
Network Interface Pair
Displays the network interface pair that will be used for data transfer between the primary copy and this storage policy copy during the auxiliary copy operation.
|This is not a configurable option. The Network Interface Pair is determined after configuration of the copy policy, and therefore, only visible in the storage policy copy properties window after configuration. (This information is not included in the Primary Copy properties.)|
Allows you to select the type of protection for the storage policy copy.
Select this option to allow a secondary NetApp storage device to store SnapProtect snapshots. Multiple primary NetApp servers can backup data to this secondary storage device.
Select this option to mirror (or create a replica of) the complete contents of a volume to a destination volume or qtree. This replication solution can be used for disaster recovery purposes.
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