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Change a node domain and assigned to a different management class without losing data

aymanach93

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Hi everyone,

I need to move a node from the current domain DOMAIN1 assigned to a management class MC1 (weekly retention), to another domain DOMAIN2 which is assigned to an MC2 (monthly retention).
And all without losing backedup data.

How can we make that ?

Thank you
 

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You can change the domain, you cannot change the management class.

If MC1 doesn't exist DOMAIN2, the objects will use the retention of the default management class.

If MC1exists in DOMAIN2, the objects will use the retention of MC1 in DOMAIN2.

If you want the objects to be bound to MC2 instead of MC1, there's 2 ways to do it.
- set the default management class in DOMAIN2 to MC2 and perform a client backup, that will affect all nodes in DOMAIN2 using the default management class, so be extremely careful
- or set an include statement in the client option file to use MC2, then perform a client backup
In both cases, the objects will be rebound to MC2.
 

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Maybe a better option would be to copy DOMAIN1 to a new DOMAIN3, and then update the retention of MC1 to what you need, instead of trying to go to DOMAIN2/MC2.
 

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