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groovee

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Hi,

I'm looking for solution to compress old folders in KMS archive.

I know there is an option in console (Configuration -> Archive&Backup) but when I use it, I can not decide when directory will be compressed and how big files it will generate.

Compression does not start at night but randomly (I think - see att), during operating hours. Big load of CPU on mailserver disturbs users.

Do You use some scripts to do it or simply manually compress and remove old directory?

Regards,
Kacper

[Updated on: Wed, 22 December 2010 14:26]

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groovee

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If someone needs, I've create windows batch script for archiving folders.

You have to configure variables at the begining and install blat (mail sender)- see in source or blat docs.

It is for windows 2003 server - for XP You have to change some things to get correct time in logs.


To do not compress current archive You have to do 3 things:

- send e-mail at the begining of execution (to modify current archive "modified" date) because when You log in into admin account, all open archives "modified" date changes.

- add -O:-D in "dir" loop - the newest (current archive) directory at on top of a list

- add skip=1 in main for loop - to skip first line (current archive) Smile

If someone interested I can provide patched version Grin

[Updated on: Mon, 27 December 2010 15:05]

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