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FAQ for Archiver Replication in WCC (Doc ID 726636.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2024

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This FAQ discusses Archiver Replication issues and questions.  This information is specific to the Archiver applet.    

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 1. Will deletes be replicated by Archiver?
 2. Can replication to a clustered Content Server be connected to the load balancer?
 3. Can Archiver replicate content when both have the same instance name?
 4. How are Archiver export queries written?
 5. Can Archiver be set up to run on a schedule?
 6. Can Archiver export content that is in a workflow? 
 7. How does value mapping work?  Can It be used to Change Metadata for a Large Amount of Content Items?
8. Is there a way to increase maximum errors allowed for the Archiver?
 9. How can a large amount of content, or all of the content be deleted from the content server quickly?
 10. Why do very large exports, larger than 4GB, fail the transfer operation to the target system?
 11. Replicating documents one by one if very inefficient. 100 batches of 1 document each takes significantly longer than 1 batch of 100 documents. What tuning is availible to let the CS batch up documents a little, but still be automatic?
 12. We have a 4-node cluster replicating to one node of another 4-node cluster. Is there anything that we can do to get it to talk to all 4 nodes of the target cluster?
 13. Is there anything that can be tweaked on the CS to give archiver more than one thread? That way it could transfer more than one batch at a time?
 14. We have multiple archives, is there anything that we can do to give one priority over the others? Will listing the one archive multiple times in the collections.hda file allow it to get more "hits"?
 15. We think that archiver is transfering files via http? Are there any other options? Are there any http throttling settings that we could customize?

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