- What is FSA Migrator?
- I have a lot of data, can I schedule the data copy?
- How can I see how far the migration has reached?
- There are a few extra files and folders, can I just process those?
- After the data is migrated, how can I get it into Enterprise Vault?
FSA Migrator enables you to consolidate multiple file server shares in multiple locations to a consolidated list of target servers (and shares). It will handle archived and non-archived data. The target location will contain restored archived data, and all of the non-archived data.
Yes. It is even possible to schedule the copying of the archived data, and the non-archived data separately.
FSA Migrator has a simple, intuitive user interface which shows you the throughput, overall progress and the progress of archived and non-archived data.
Yes, FSA Migrator provides command line input to effectively allow you to provide the list of files to copy, rather than it’s normal graphical interface method of scanning for files and folders.
With FSAMigrator 2.5, provided the target Enterprise Vault environment is running 10.0.2 or later, it is possible to configure the tool to automatically ingest items in to that target environment. This is done using the FSA API, and is configurable in the FSAMigrator GUI. The items are ingested as the migration progresses, rather than waiting until the end.