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Get Archive Size

Gang, I was wondering if I could get the size of an archive that is sitting in the vault.  I did a get-command get-* and didn't see anything really worth noting in PSH.  Any help would be great.

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i think you can find it by

i think you can find it by going to http://evserver/enterprisevault/usage.asp

click on the vault store where your archive is and then click on 'view usage report by archive name'

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i think you can find it by

i think you can find it by going to http://evserver/enterprisevault/usage.asp

click on the vault store where your archive is and then click on 'view usage report by archive name'

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You could either use a sql

You could either use a sql query or just simple look at the usage.asp

 

http://your_evserver/enterprisevault/usage.asp

 

There are also reports that will give you that info.  What version are you?

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Remember the numbers aren't

Remember the numbers aren't going to be all that beneficial for the fact that EV does alot of rounding in its numbers and OSIS is black magic as far as calculating ROI's and what not, but the usage is definitely a good start.

other than that you can just do SUM(s.ItemSize) FROM Saveset etc to get it, i believe there are querys in the last section of the admin guide

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  Express Vault

 

Express Vault Store

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I'm thinking I don't have something configured correctly.

All I really want to do is just view the size of the journaling mailbox.

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Open up Internet Information

Open up Internet Information Services on the EV Server, expand out Default Website then the EnterpriseVault virtual directory
Find Usage.asp and ListVaults.asp and right click and go to properties, then go to the File Security tab, and then under Authentication and Access Control press the Edit button, uncheck the Integrated Windows Authentication check box and then press OK and then OK again

Go back to http://localhost/EnterpriseVault/usage.asp and it will prompt you for a username and password, enter the EV Credentials
you should now see the statistics for each vault store and the archives themselves

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In addition you may wish to

In addition you may wish to add that request to the Ideas section of this forum?

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