Adds a new Archive Storage configuration to an existing live recording storage configuration.
Adds a new Archive Storage configuration to an existing live recording storage configuration. Note that you cannot add archives with a shorter retention than an existing archive on the same storage configuration.
- Requires VMS connection and will attempt to connect automatically
Adds an archive to every storage configuration on every recording server where the name is '90 Day Retention'. The storage and archive names imply that the first 10 days are in the live drive, and the archive contains the last 80 days. The retention of the archive is set to 90 days because that value specifies how old the recordings in that container must be before they are eligible for deleting or archiving to the next archive in the chain. We use the helpful TB and MB multipliers to specify the maximum size of 10TB.
Specifies the optional description of the storage configuration.
Specifies the maximum size for the live storage before data should be archived or deleted.
Specifies the name of the storage configuration.
Specifies the path under which the new storage folder will be created on the Recording Server or UNC path.
Specifies that the framerate should be reduced when taking recordings from the previous live/archive storage area WARNING: Framerate reduction when the codec is anything besides MJPEG results in keyframes only, which is usually 1 FPS.
Specifies the retention, as a
[timespan], after which the recordings will be deleted, or archived if
you choose to add an archive storage to the new storage configuration after it is created.
- Minimum: 00:01:00, Maximum: 365000.00:00:00
Specifies the Recording Server to which the storage configuration should be added. This should be a RecordingServer object such as that returned by the Get-VmsRecordingServer cmdlet.
Specifies the desired framerate for recordings stored in this archive storage area. WARNING: Framerate reduction when the codec is anything besides MJPEG results in keyframes only, which is usually 1 FPS.
Prompts you for confirmation before running the cmdlet.
Shows what would happen if the cmdlet runs. The cmdlet is not run.
This cmdlet supports the common parameters: -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -InformationAction, -InformationVariable, -OutVariable, -OutBuffer, -PipelineVariable, -Verbose, -WarningAction, and -WarningVariable. For more information, see about_CommonParameters.