Content Indexing: Data Aging

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Retention Rules for Content Indexed Data

Pruning Content Index for Backup Data on Tape and Magnetic Libraries

Deleting the Content Index of a Specific Backup Job

Data Aging, as related to Content Indexing, is the process of removing data that has exceeded its defined retention from the Search Engine. Regardless of the data aging rules selected, individual objects within the Search Engine are not considered for data aging. Instead, all objects within a particular Storage Policy job are aged simultaneously upon the job exceeding the defined retention period for the selected aging method.

Options for data aging Content Indexed data include:

  • Retaining the index according to the data retention rule
  • Retaining the index for a number of days

For more information on retention of the back up data, refer Data Aging.

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