Managing the Remote Cache
By default, when you install the Commvault software on remote clients, the clients retrieve the software from the CommServe cache. To minimize the network traffic for remote clients on different regions or time zones, you can configure a remote cache directory on one of the remote clients. The clients associated with the remote cache will retrieve the software from the remote cache.
To set up a remote cache, see Setting Up a Remote Cache on a Client Computer. You can set up more than one remote cache location.
If you already have a remote cache configured, you can perform the following tasks to manage the remote cache:
- Manually Synchronizing the Remote Cache
If you changed or removed the contents from a remote cache accidentally, see Synchronizing the Remote Cache Contents with the CommServe Cache.
- Configure the Package Synchronization Settings of a Remote Cache
If you want to adjust the amount of software that is transferred from the CommServe cache, see Configuring the Package Synchronization Settings of a Remote Cache.
- Configure an Additional Media Path for Remote Cache Synchronization
If you want to enable syncing of the additional media folder during remote cache synchronization, see Configuring an Additional Media Path for Remote Cache Synchronization.
- Delete the Remote Cache Contents
To delete the contents from a remote cache, see Deleting the Remote Cache Contents.
- Delete a Remote Cache Location
To delete the remote cache directory that you configured in a client, see Deleting a Remote Cache Location.
Last modified: 4/16/2019 8:30:06 PM