when a recalled file is "re-stubbed"?

Last post 05-11-2017, 6:56 AM by NL_Jos. 1 replies.
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  • when a recalled file is "re-stubbed"?
    Posted: 04-24-2017, 10:00 AM

    Looking for this info in doc but unsuccessful so far..

    CVLT v11 SP7

    Lets say we have Windows File System OnePass archiving where files older than 3m and large than 1MB are archived (with a stub creation).

    When I recall the file, when it is "re-stubbed" again? In my tests subsequent jobs did not restub it yet. Will I wait for 3 months again, or is this configurable?




  • Re: when a recalled file is "re-stubbed"?
    Posted: 05-11-2017, 6:56 AM

    The archiving is re-applied after the conditions have met again, so yes you will have to wait 3 months assuming no changes have been made to the file in that time.

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