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History Retention Settings

The Polycom® RealPresence® DMA® system is pre-configured with the number of history records of various types to retain. When the retention limit for a record type is reached, the system purges a specific number of the oldest records of that type.

The following table shows the retention limit for each record type and how many are purged at a time when the retention limit is reached. The values specified are for each cluster, not the total for the entire supercluster.

Record Type

Retention Limit

Number of Records Purged When Limit Is Reached

Registration history
505,000
5,000
Registration signaling
2,000,000
20,000
Call history
505,000
5,000
Call signaling history
12,625,000
125,000
Conference history
202,000
2,000
CDR export history
11,000
1,000

The History Retention Settings are supercluster-wide (the clusters are not independently configured).

 

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