System configuration options
Use these options to record the dates on which you installed Enterprise Vault and began to archive data, configure the threads that Discovery Accelerator uses to pause searches, and more.
Enterprise Vault Oldest Archived Item Date
Specifies the date on which Enterprise Vault archived the oldest available data.
If the oldest archived item date and "Enterprise Vault V5 Installation Date" are the same then, when entering the criteria for a search, you can specify the message type without also specifying a start date. (Discovery Accelerator does not return any pre-5.0 data.) However, if the oldest archived item date is earlier than the V5 installation date, you can only specify the message type if you specify a start date that is on or after the V5 installation date.
Enterprise Vault V5 Installation Date
Specifies the date on which you first installed or upgraded Enterprise Vault 5.0 or later.
IIS Application Pool
Identifies the application pool in which the Accelerator web applications are grouped. Application pools allow specific configuration settings to be applied to groups of applications and to the worker processes that service those applications. The default application pool is EVAcceleratorAppPool.
Initial Pausing Queue Size
Specifies the maximum number of searches that you can pause instantly. The default is 2.
Include Public Folder Vault Stores
Specifies whether to include Public Folder vault stores in searches. By default, Discovery Accelerator does not do this.
Include SPS Vault Stores
Specifies whether to include Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server vault stores in searches. By default, Discovery Accelerator does not do this.
Number Of Pause Search Threads
Specifies the number of threads that are assigned to pausing searches. Enter a value in the range 1 through 10, where 1 is the default value.
Pause queue threshold
Specifies the total number of pause search requests that can be queued at once. Enter a value in the range 10 through 100, where 10 is the default value.
Pause Threads Delay
Specifies the number of minutes that Discovery Accelerator waits at startup before it initializes the threads that are assigned to pausing searches. By default, Discovery Accelerator does not delay before it initializes the threads.
Search Pause Thread Checking Period (Sec)
Specifies the number of seconds to wait before starting pause threads. The default is 5.
Show Vault Management Option
Does not serve any function in the current version of Discovery Accelerator. The option will be removed from Discovery Accelerator in a later release.
See Setting Discovery Accelerator system configuration options