During a policy run, the Standard Policy engine records information about any file that is moved between the primary and secondary locations in a pair. A file is moved if it meets all of the filter options in a policy.
When policies are run at the same time, the policies are grouped and run together by direction:and . Statistics about the files that moved are aggregated based on the two direction categories, and not by the individual policies in the same policy run.
Therun history statistics for a policy run lists the files that moved in a given direction. For each file, the Run History report includes the full path of the file name, the file extension, the file size, and a comment for any error messages.
A file can appear to not move if you schedule policies to run at the same time that move a file in opposite directions. If the file is not listed in therun history, look for it in the run histories for the and statistics for the policy run.
To view the run history for files that moved in a policy run:
In the Management Console, connect to the DynamicFS server that you want to manage.
In the left panel, select thefolder to view a list of pairs in the right panel.
Double-click the pair name to open the pair’s Statistics dialog box, then select thetab.
In thearea at the bottom of the Pair Execution History page, use the left-arrow and right-arrow to select the run you want to explore.
The selected run is highlighted with a red disk at the top of its bar in the graph.
In the left panel underor , click the link for .
The Run History dialog box opens with a list of files that were moved in the selected direction.
Use any of the following options to view information or to locate a file of interest:
Scroll: The list is paged to show up to 1000 files at a time. On each page, scroll down to see up to 1000 file names listed.
Page: Click the left-arrow and right-arrow to move page-by-page through the run history. You can also use thedrop-down list to jump directly to a page.
Sort: Click the heading of a column to sort the list by file name, file extension, file size, or comment.
IMPORTANT:The sorting is text-based, so it lists the information alphabetically, not numerically.
Filtering: Use the filter option in the upper right corner to type a sequence of letters to find specific files in the list. Specify the sequence in the field, then click the magnifying glass to apply the filter.
In the example below, the files are sorted by file name, and the search has filtered out files that do not contain the sequence of characters “test118”.
When you are done viewing the list, close the Run History dialog box. (Click the X in the upper right corner, or press Alt+F4.)