Pardon my ignorance on this, I wasn't working with physical security when all this was set up.
Looking at our overview in VSOM (we are still on 6.3.2 - an upgrade is pending). Some of our media servers have 1 media (/media1) listed, while some of ours list three (/media0, /media1, /media 2).
I'm not certain what the difference is in how these are set up, but on a couple that are set up this way, one media is lower on free space than the others. Is there a way to move feeds to go to the other media? I'm guessing they may initially be set up one way and may need to be manually moved, but wasn't certain.
Thank you. We are planning on upgrading shortly but I considering looking into fixing these issues. I suppose there is no way to tell how much of an archive may be cutting off? For instance if you are wanting 30 days, it may only be 1 day that isn't fitting.
VSMS usually does a decent job at allocating storage between the repos, but we've had a couple occassions where one of more cameras which, although supposedely configured identically to their counterparts, were actually streaming (and archiving) at a much higher bitrate than what was anticipated or planned for.
It might be worth check the "View complete details of all archives" on the VSMS server in question via the VSMC console on said server...
If you're not familiar with these pages, you'll get some pretty decent detail about each archive on the box. Example:
Archive Name : a_p_Front_Corner_PTZ_-_a_Front_Corner Archive Status : RUNNING Storage Path : /media0/1012 Archive Type : loop Archive Duration : 604800 seconds Archive Media : mpeg4-v Video Width : 704 Video Height : 480 Video Quality : 50 Video Framerate : 5.000000 fps Video Bitrate : 1500 Archive Expiry : 0 days Archive Size : 136828456 Kbytes Archive Storage Est : 136828456 Kbytes Archive Start Time : Wed Nov 13 17:13:47 2013 Archive End Time : Wed Nov 20 17:24:09 2013 Event Archive : NO Recording Rate : 2.066503 Mbps Max Fps : 15.286242 Max Frame Size : 121366 bytes Current Duration : 605422 seconds Current Retention : 100%
Check out the Archive Size reported for each, just to be sure. You may have a rogue archiver chewing up an unexpected amount of disk.
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