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Hi all,

How can we know that how long we are maintaining the Archive copies, It depends on Retention extra versions or Retain only versions.
 

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Hi all,

How can we know that how long we are maintaining the Archive copies, It depends on Retention extra versions or Retain only versions.
Neither, those are parameters of the backup copygroup. For archives, you need to look at the archive copygroup: QUERY COPYGROUP TYPE=ARCHIVE, look at the "Retain Version" column, that value is in days.
 

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Neither, those are parameters of the backup copygroup. For archives, you need to look at the archive copygroup: QUERY COPYGROUP TYPE=ARCHIVE, look at the "Retain Version" column, that value is in days.

Thank you so much
 

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