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Archiving Assets with its version to reduce the size of repository

rohan_raj1
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We are using DAM and its been majorly used my our business along with the WCM. We have a huge repository size on Author >1TB. But publish is as less as ~400GB. There are some historical Assets and many old or, expired assets no more used by Authors. But as per company policy we need to retain our historical assets.

We are planning to setup an Archival server where we can transfer these assets along with the versions, no more in use by business..
We want to complete/pure replica of the assets in archival server, with its version in same order and get all the historical data like jcr:lastModified, cq:lastReplicated etc there.

Can anyone suggest a way to achieve it or, did anyone done such settings earlier?

 

Rohan

1 Accepted Solution
amitgupta_adbe
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

You should following links

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/40647111/archival-of-dam-assets-along-its-versions-and-audit-log

http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/aem-assets.topic.html/f...

 

Additionally, if space is not a constraint. Then you can take a backup of the system and datastore and keep that backup, as a archival server. Hope this helps.

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amitgupta_adbe
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Employee
Employee

You should following links

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/40647111/archival-of-dam-assets-along-its-versions-and-audit-log

http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/aem-assets.topic.html/f...

 

Additionally, if space is not a constraint. Then you can take a backup of the system and datastore and keep that backup, as a archival server. Hope this helps.

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