[ngw] Purging all users in each PO to last 2 years of email

Matt Ray mray at groupwiseguru.com
Fri Aug 2 19:33:54 UTC 2013


LOL!

>>> Gert <gert at gwcheck.com> 8/2/2013 12:33 PM >>>
That privelige iis ony for my wife ...

G

On Friday, August 2, 2013, Matt Ray wrote:

> Gert, nobody throttles you?  :-)
>
> >>> Gert <gert at gwcheck.com <javascript:;>> 8/2/2013 12:24 PM >>>
> it doesnt help me, i never purge email, as GW does that for me ;P
>
> Gert
>
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> On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 8:02 PM, Matt Ray <mray at groupwiseguru.com> wrote:
>
> > There's also a throttling mechanism, easily found in the POA
> configuration
> > section of the HTTP Agent.   Here's the help screen from that page:
> >
> > Mass Purge Operation Control
> > If a user empties a very large number of items from his or her mailbox,
> > the POA can become very busy purging the items, rather than responding to
> > other user requests in a timely manner. Similarly, when many users first
> > log in to GroupWise at about the same time, each client automatically
> > starts an Auto-Archive task (which includes purge operations), and this
> can
> > also make the POA very busy until the purge operations are completed.
> >
> > To prevent users' client response time from degrading during large or
> > numerous purge operations, you can configure the POA to pass some purge
> > operations to background threads. This leaves the POA's normal
> > client/server threads available for responding to users' ongoing
> requests.
> >
> > Purge Items Threshold
> > Select the maximum number of items that the POA immediately purges from a
> > mailbox by using an active client/server thread. The default number of
> > items to immediately purge is less than 10. Valid values range from 5 to
> 50.
> >
> > Max Concurrent Threads Limit
> > Select the maximum number of background threads that the POA can start
> for
> > purging batches of items that exceed the Mass Purge Items Threshold
> > setting. The default number of background threads for purging items is 3.
> > Valid values range from 1 to 8.
> >
> > Hope that helps as well.
> >
> > Matt
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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> > >>> "Tommy Mikkelsen" <tm at orstrand.dk> 8/2/2013 10:24 AM >>>
> >
> > THe StandAlone GWCheck is Single Threaded, and as such slower, compared
> to
> > the serverbased one, but!!!!!!!!!
> >
> > Purging will have a HUGE impact on preformance on your PO, so I suggest,
> > that you as the last thing before leaving for home, start it on a local
> > wkstn, cuz that way you can abort/kill it again next morning.....and then
> > repeate the task until it's completed
> >
> > /Tommy
> >
> > >>> On 8/2/2013 at 07:06 PM, in message <51FBAEF3.68E5.00F1.0 at owens.edu
> >,
> > "Dean Niederkohr" <dean_niederkohr at owens.edu> wrote:
> >
> >
> > Last question.  Should I run it on the Post Office object or select:
> > Users/Resources, then type "ALL"?  Or, is there no difference?
> >
> > Dean
> >
> >
> > >>> "Dean Niederkohr" <dean_niederkohr at owens.edu> 8/2/2013 10:05 AM >>>
> > I'm getting ready to purge all users in each PO to the last 2 years (730
> > days) of email messages.  My question is this.  Do I run maintenance
> using
> > C1 and select the PO, then Expire/Reduce Messages (older than 730 days)
> or
> > should I use the standalone C1 on each PO?  Does it matter?  Is there a
> > risk of 1 versus the other?
> >
> > Dean
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