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Can I use frozenTimePeriodInSecs in a volume config?

sowings
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Subject says it all; I want to have all of the contents of my home volume (hot / warm) expire after 45 days and the cold expire after 180 days. Can I put frozenTimePeriodInSecs in a volume config?

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hexx
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

The frozenTimePeriodInSecs parameter is not currently supported for volumes, or even per "tier" (warm vs. cold).

It's a good idea, particularly for triggering the warm-to-cold roll based on age across several indexes - we'd want to offer that possibility on a per-index basis as well, of course.

Please file an enhancement request.

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hexx
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

The frozenTimePeriodInSecs parameter is not currently supported for volumes, or even per "tier" (warm vs. cold).

It's a good idea, particularly for triggering the warm-to-cold roll based on age across several indexes - we'd want to offer that possibility on a per-index basis as well, of course.

Please file an enhancement request.

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