One Pass - Delete

Last post 04-04-2014, 7:32 PM by Ben-G. 5 replies.
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  • One Pass - Delete
    Posted: 03-27-2014, 12:17 PM

    We are hoping to use One Pass to archive files that are more than a few years old. Once the archived files have remained on the archive for a further year or so we want to delete the files perminaently. This is to comply with data protection laws.

    We don't want to have to manually prune the data. We just want a job to run that deletes all files that have been in the archive for a certain period of time.

    Can One Pass do this? if so, how do we set this up?

    Thanks!

  • Re: One Pass - Delete
    Posted: 03-28-2014, 1:12 PM
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    Yes, with the One-Pass subclient, once one-pass is enabled, go to the "Disk Cleanup" tab.  There you will find the archiving rules.  At the bottom of the window is an option to either "stub" the files or delete them outright.  Then on the next tab called "Retention" there is an option for pruning the items from the archive after a set period of days.

    From the "Disk Cleanup" tab:

    From the "Retention" tab:


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  • Re: One Pass - Delete
    Posted: 04-02-2014, 3:49 AM

    We want to replace the file with a stub and then after a further few years, delete the stub and file that's in the archive.

    We can't just let the archived data age by setting the retention for a few years as the data will only be deleted from the disk when it needs the space.

    We need the data totally deleted from the archive disk a few years after it's been archived. This is to comply with data protection laws.

  • Re: One Pass - Delete
    Posted: 04-04-2014, 8:05 AM

    I in the same situation here, infact I just created a new thread to setup a tiered archiving retention with disk and tape storage with different retention.

    I have also noticed in BOL, there is this section on "honor archiver agent retention" which looks likea possible way to solve the situation.  but I cannot find the setting on the console interface even with SP6 installed.

    http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v10/article?p=products/fs_archive_bluearc/help/subclient_retention.htm 

    any idea how to go about this?

     

    thanks

  • Re: One Pass - Delete
    Posted: 04-04-2014, 2:24 PM

    Ben-G, that option requires a setting to be enabled before it will show up.  The required information is not currently available in Books Online, i think you can call into Support to request help in setting itup. 


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  • Re: One Pass - Delete
    Posted: 04-04-2014, 7:32 PM

    Hi,

    Can you give us more information on how this option work?  I would like to know if this option allows the archivied data to be pruned according to differnt storage tier's retention and it is able to do so automatically without requiring user to delete the stub files.

    thanks

    Ben-G

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