One-Pass Archive question

Last post 04-01-2014, 12:02 PM by seabird. 1 replies.
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  • One-Pass Archive question
    Posted: 02-05-2014, 4:20 AM

    What happens if one disables the "Enable for archiving" option on the File System Properties tab after it has run a series of archive jobs?

    The way one pass consumes its archive capacity license amount has been quite a pain, especially in combination with more than one backupset.

    I am pretty sure the jobs will still remain, and that the jobs will consume data protection capacity instead of data archive capacity (which is the idea), but what happens with the stubs and can you still recover your archived data automatically? Does the persistant recovery job still function?


  • Re: One-Pass Archive question
    Posted: 04-01-2014, 12:02 PM

    I've been doing alot of testing of these sorts of scenarios on v10 SP4 and later. Unchecking the box still allows you to recover. Things changed a bit more in SP5b as far as licensing/DPE and DAE usage in that it is more granular. Stubs will persist forever and can be recalled whenever from my observation.

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