JournalArchive table has grown significantly since upgrading to Enterprise Vault (EV) 8.x or later.
|Article:TECH67576|||||Created: 2009-01-05|||||Updated: 2013-05-07|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH67576|
Enterprise Vault 8 introduced a new feature called Transaction history. The Transaction history is used to determine how long to record updates to archives. Updates include adding new items, deleting items and moving items. The update records significantly improve the performance of vault cache synchronization by providing records of the changes to an archive since the last vault cache synchronization. If a user has not synchronized their vault cache within the transaction history period, then Enterprise Vault will process the archive to determine the updates.
The transactions are tracked in the JournalArchive, JournalDelete and JournalUpdate tables which are located in the Vault Store databases. Since the tables will grow larger than they did in previous versions of Enterprise Vault, additional considerations should given to ensure the SQL server does not run out of disk space. Alternatively, the number of days the Transaction history is retained may be modified.
1. Right click the Vault Site name (first container under Directory on ...) and select Properties.
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