Enterprise Vault™ Utilities
- About this guide
- Audit Viewer
- Domino Archive Exporter
- Domino Profile Document Tool
- Domino Retention Plan Tool
- EVDominoExchangeMigration Tool
- Running the EVDominoExchangeMigration tool
- EVEARemovalUtility usage examples
- About EVSVR
- About the EVSVR operation settings
- Report operations in EVSVR
- Verify operations in EVSVR
- Repair operations in EVSVR
- Using the output from one EVSVR operation as input for another operation
- Viewing the EVSVR output log file
- Running EVSVR in interactive mode
- About using FSAUtility with Dell EMC Celerra/VNX placeholders
- FSAUtility options
- NTFS to Centera Migration
- Permissions Browser
- Policy Manager (EVPM)
- Sections and keynames in Policy Manager initialization file
- Policy Manager initialization file examples
- About using the Provisioning API to run Policy Manager scripts
- Provisioning API scripting properties for Policy Manager scripts
- Provisioning API Advanced settings for Policy Manager scripts
- Vault Store Usage Reporter
About the checkpointing facility in EVSVR
You can optionally enable checkpointing for any EVSVR operation. This facility causes EVSVR to create snapshots of the current state of an operation as it progresses. Then, if the operation is stopped or fails for any reason, you can continue it from the latest checkpoint instead of having to restart it from the beginning. You may find this facility useful if you need to run an operation on large volumes of data, which could otherwise be time-consuming to rerun from the start.
EVSVR checkpointing supports the following:
Some EVSVR operations combine multiple, single operations. A checkpointed operation continues from the operation that EVSVR was performing when it stopped.
EVSVR performs an operation over one Enterprise Vault site and one or more vault store groups, vault stores, and partitions (referred to as containers). A checkpointed operation continues from the container that EVSVR was processing when it stopped.
Some EVSVR operations process containers in multiple steps. A checkpointed operation continues from the step that EVSVR was performing when it stopped.
Phases and substeps
EVSVR performs some steps in an operation in multiple phases or substeps. A checkpointed operation continues from the phase or substep that EVSVR was performing when it stopped.
EVSVR does not checkpoint the position within scans of Enterprise Vault partitions and databases. So, for a single, one-step operation on a single container, you can enable checkpointing but it does not have any effect.