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Archive Manager 5.6 - Administration Guide

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Active Partitions

Total Active Partitions: The number of partitions used when conducting searches.
Most Critical Active Status: The most critical state of partitions in the set.
Least Critical Active Status: The least critical state of partitions in the set.
Total Active Size on Disk: The combined size of all files belonging to all index partitions.

All Partitions

Total Partitions: The number of partitions used when conducting searches.
Most Critical Status: The most critical state of partitions in the set.
Least Critical Status: The least critical state of partitions in the set.
Total Size on Disk: The combined size of all files belonging to all index partitions.

The Partition Sets box shows all of the partition sets that are part of the index. They are listed in order from oldest to newest.

Work-In-Progress Index tab

The Work-In-Progress Index tab displays partitions that are not yet part of the index, but are being prepared by a current operation. The following information

Number of Partitions: The number of partitions that are being prepared by the current operation.
Total Size on Disk: The size of all partitions being prepared by the current operation.
Message Partition Sets: The names of the message partition sets that are being prepared by the current operation.
Attachment Partition Sets: The names of the attachment partition sets that are being prepared by the current operation.

If there are no such partitions, this is indicated on the tab.

Deleted Index tab

Once a partition has been replaced with a new partition, it becomes a legacy partition. The Deleted Index tab displays partition sets that are no longer used in the index. The administrator can choose to delete these index files.

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