04-07-2014 10:25 AM
In the CPPM (6.2.5) Cluster-Wide Parameters, there are some settings for endpoint cleanup.
-Maximum inactive time for an endpoint
set to 30 days
-Known endpoints cleanup interval
set to default -- 0
-Unknown endpoints cleanup interval
set to -- 7 days
-Profiled Unknown endpoints cleanup interval
set to -- 7 days
I wanted to make sure I understand these settings. Do the combination of these settings result in:
"Unknown" and "Profiled Unknown" endpoints inactive/unused for more than 30 days will be checked and cleaned up every 7 days.
"Known" endpoints inactive/unused for more than 30 days won't be cleaned up (every 0 days).
04-08-2014 06:16 AM
In the endpoint database, there is a known/unknown column. Your assumptions are correct. The cleanup interval is how often the database is purged of stale entries. A value of 0 is that it will never be removed.
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04-04-2017 02:10 AM - edited 04-04-2017 02:11 AM
So would that mean that the (40days inactive) setup below wouldnt work as the known and unknown cleanup interval is 0?
|Maximum inactive time for an endpoint||days|
|Cleanup interval for Session log details in the database||days|
|Cleanup interval for information stored on the disk||days|
|Known endpoints cleanup interval||days|
|Unknown endpoints cleanup interval||days|
|Expired guest accounts cleanup interval||days|
|Profiled Unknown endpoints cleanup interval||days|
|Static IP endpoints cleanup option|
|Old Audit Records cleanup interval||days|
|Profiled Known endpoints cleanup option|
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Which attribute is used in the "Maximum inactive time for an endpoint " could be last authentication time? , I'm asking this because I'm testing a post authentication profile to add an attribute that updates the last authentication time in the endpoint repositiory , for example leave the Cleanup interval to 90 days but if an endpoint connects at day 89 extend the time for 90 more days in order to maintain the endpoint in the database. Thanks in advanced.