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Re: Can you identify valid blob ids in File Data Store and remove unused files? - Adobe Experience Manager 28-06-2022
I guess my question would then be a bit more general... How does it compile a list of unused ones?I typically run mark-sweep = true on all 3 publish instances and author. I then run mark-sweep= false on author to clean it all up. There must be a list consolidated somewhere (DS maybe? cached?) that has a list to remove - because it won't remove just anything. As in, if I create a file in the DS itself, it doesn't get removed.

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Re: Can you identify valid blob ids in File Data Store and remove unused files? - Adobe Experience Manager 26-06-2022
It does work. That's not the issue I'm having. I notice that we have spiked about 150G somewhere in the past 2 months and I'm trying to figure out why. So, I'd like to figure out a way I can validate all the blobids in the FDS against the repositories and not the other way around. Do you know if the marksweep uses any indexes or just the blobid cache on the filesystem?

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Re: Can you identify valid blob ids in File Data Store and remove unused files? - Adobe Experience Manager 23-06-2022
Appreciated, but that isn't going to be what I'm looking for the way we have things set up.

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Can you identify valid blob ids in File Data Store and remove unused files? - Adobe Experience Manager 23-06-2022
Marking each AEM instance for file datastore GC is one thing. But I'm wondering if there is a way, maybe with oak-run that I don't know about, that can do the reverse: get all the blob ids in the File Data Store and check against each AEM instance and mark any unused files.So for example... if I manually created a file dog.txt in the FDS directly. Is there a command I can run that would mark that as never used in any of my AEM instances?I have a Externally Shared FDS, using binary less replicati...

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Re: How to access CRXDE in publish instance? - Adobe Experience Manager 25-05-2022
What I do for local environments and our on-premise is to pass in the resource (bookemark it) to take me directly to the crxde :localhost:4503/libs/granite/core/content/login.html?resource=/crx/de/index.jspI might also ask... have you actually set up the publish instance? I see you are new to AEM so just wanted to make sure you have started an author instance AND a publish instance.

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Re: How to access CRXDE in publish instance? - Adobe Experience Manager 24-05-2022
You cannot access crxde in any publish instance of Cloud (unless its a local instance of the sdk). You can only access on dev author instances. You can however, view the repository of any cloud publish instance through development tools repository browser.

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Re: Can you use Binaryless Replication AND Default Replication? - Adobe Experience Manager 14-02-2022
Yeah, that was what I was seeing too.  Thanks for confirming!

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Re: Submit data to Authoring instance - Adobe Experience Manager 10-02-2022
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Can you use Binaryless Replication AND Default Replication? - Adobe Experience Manager 10-02-2022
Scenario: 1 author instance, 3 publish instances. Shared File Datastore, Binaryless replication. Looking to move 1 publish instance to Default (full binary).Can AEM handle binaryless replication to PUB 1 and PUB 2 but Default (non binaryless) to PUB 3?I tried this but was running into issues with jcr:data: Mandatory property jcr:data not found in a new node

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Re: Submit data to Authoring instance - Adobe Experience Manager 10-02-2022
You might want to consider using an External Data Store for this. Possibly use a microservice to handle the transaction.

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