Note on performing EVSVR operations on CIFS and NTFS partitions
|Article:HOWTO57257|||||Created: 2011-08-01|||||Updated: 2013-01-18|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO57257|
If you migrate archived data to secondary storage by using a migrator other than the Enterprise Vault migrator, you may find that running EVSVR leads to the temporary recall of large numbers of migrated CAB files. The recalled files occupy a large amount of partition space and can potentially cause a partition to become full. This issue does not arise if you use the Enterprise Vault migrator. Enterprise Vault deletes these temporary files according to how you set the Recalled file cache period property of the partition. This setting has a default value of seven days.
Before you run EVSVR, ensure that there is sufficient free space on the device on which the related Enterprise Vault partitions are located. To reduce the amount of time that Enterprise Vault retains the recalled files, you can lower the value of the Recalled file cache period property.
The collection process deletes the recalled files when the cache period has elapsed. You can trigger the collection process manually by using the Collections tab of the partition properties.option on the
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