Archiving exports and shares
  • Updated on 22 Jan 2020
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Archive process

  1. Login to Igneous

  2. Select Systems from the left navigation menu

  3. The Systems view will open listing the discovered NAS Systems. If data has previously been archived, a new "Igneous" system will appear at the top with all previously archived datasets listed within it.
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  4. Click on any system to reveal the exports/shares on that system. There will be . one row per export or share. The information contained in each row, from left to right, is:

    • SVM or Namespace
    • Path
    • Capacity on source - this will reflect the capacity of the share on your primary system at the time of the most recent backup or archive
    • Protocol on source

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  1. Select the export that you want to archive. This will cause the right-hand menu to appear.

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  1. To archive the dataset with a backup policy, click Archive from the right hand actions menu. This will take you to the archive fly-in experience.

  2. Select your preferred archive policy from the policy drop down menu at the top of the screen.
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  3. To archive the entire export or share, click Archive full export in the empty cart space in the middle of the screen.

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  1. If desired, leave the Email on completion box checked, and confirm or edit the email you would like to be notified upon completion of an archive. Note: archives do not automatically remove datasets from your source system. It is up to storage administrators to clean up archived datasets after archives have been completed by Igneous.

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  1. Select Start Archive to begin the archive task.
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