Question about Legato EMC DiskXtender 2000 (mkt-001400)
As I understand it, DiskXtender is normally used to "migrate" files from their "normal" location to archive area(s) based on certain criteria (age, size, etc.), then automatically return those archived files to their original places when accessed by a user.
Is it possible to leave the original files "in place" but use DiskXtender to copy them (based on the criteria) to an archive anyway?
Yes you can. In DX terms this is just a "move". When the file is removed from its original location it leaves behind a 1k file tag. This is called a "purge". You can setup the rules for each of these operations with different criteria.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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