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CI ageing doubt

Hi, I want to confirm below doubts. I have disabled aging in UCMDB10.10 before 6 months. and post implementation, now I want to enable it to delete the CI which are marked for permanent deletion . can I use enrichment as deletion by applying filter on last access time >40 days and after deleting all these CI, if I enable aging will cause no load on UCMDB system.?? Please suggest. Regards, Nick
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Re: CI ageing doubt

Hi Nick,

 

Yes, you can use enrichment rules to delete selected CIs, and if you enable aging, i think it will not cause of no load on UCMDB system. Did you try this?

However, please make sure you no longer use CIs that selected to delete.

 

Best Regards,

Hoang.

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Re: CI ageing doubt

I am not a huge fan of auto aging cis in uCMDB. I would rather see it added as a process that is first reviewed for catastrophic blunder.

In my experience, your enhancements are never designed perfectly and it's only a matter of when and not if a mistake is going to be made and valuable history lost.

Can't you hear the trailer...

Coming this fall to theatres, the horror thriller: When Aging Attacks. 😉

Darren
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