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Ability to store recorded sessions (actual files) off of the system drive

After many inqueries with support it seems the options for recorded session storage is either the default (the OS partition), or an archive server.

Our UVM has crashed twice due to the OS partition filling up with recorded sessions.

Managing a separate server, and SQL instance seems unnecessarily complicated when the video files are encrypted and tied to the UVM anyhow.

Being able to simply store them on another local (non OS) disk, or a SAN, or even a dedicated file server share off loads the need to create and manage another SQL server.

  • Guest
  • Apr 14 2020
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    Brian Chappell commented
    15 Apr, 2020 12:59pm

    An Archive server is just a file share that the recordings are archived to and retrieved when playback is requested. It used to be a separate tool that was installed but now it's just a file share that the appliance can reach.

  • Guest commented
    14 Apr, 2020 03:41pm

    In the BI Configuration utility there is even a line item for where recorded sessions should be stored, yet this appears to not be an option as support's answer to moving the storage is to turn up an archive server.