S3 backups may be stored for X days instead of X months
When creating or editing a policy
with S3 backup enabled and the default GUI time retention unit in the “Keep
backup in S3 for at least” section is not changed, S3 backup retention
time will be stored internally as “Days”
instead of “Months” - although “Months” will still be displayed in the GUI.
As a result, S3 backups may be
deleted before their desired retention time.
Change the units from “Months” to
Years”, and then back from “Years” to “Months” from the drop-down menu. Click
Cleanup may not delete snapshots older than the defined retention for the policy
CPM removes the snapshots in accordance with defined retention policies. However, only successful backups are counted towards the retention. It is crucial to understand what a "successful backup" is. A "successful backup" is a backup that has both ...
Best practice for S3 backups' frequency and retention
S3 backups are meant for low-frequency (weekly,monthly, yearly), long-term (over 3 months) retention backups. You can see our recommendation for S3 backup ...
How cleanup works and why it might not delete snapshots older than the defined retention in CPM 3.0
Background This KB Article will explain how the cleanup process works and why sometimes cleanup might not delete old snapshots It includes following sections: About the cleanup process Why Cleanup might not delete old snapshots Examples About the ...
Cleanup may not delete out of retention backups (v2.1.3 only)
If cleanup does not delete out of retention backups, please search the Cleanup log for the following print: Warning - No backups were marked for deletion in policy , because out of X completed backups, only 0 were marked as successful If you found ...
CPM v3.0.x may launch unnecessarily large Cleanup workers, resulting in extra costs
CPM v3.0.x may launch unnecessarily large Cleanup workers, resulting in extra costs. In order to reduce the costs, please use the following procedure: Connect (via ssh) to the machine running cpm (you will need to execute "sudo -i" to gain the root ...