Maintenance Mode Limitations

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    The following table lists limitations that are imposed right after the object storage repository was put into the maintenance mode.

    Activity

    Restriction Level

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    Moving to object storage.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Moving Inactive Backup Chains to Object Storage

    Copying to object storage.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Copying Backups to Object Storage

    Downloading from object storage.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Downloading Data from Object Storage

    Moving to capacity tier (manual operation).

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Moving to Capacity Tier

    Copy to performance tier (manual operation).

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Copying to Performance Tier

    Restore from offloaded backups.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Data Restore

    Export as .vbk from offloaded backups.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Exporting Backups

    Removal of backups from configuration.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Removing from Configuration

    Retention policies.

    Synchronization is skipped for backup chains located in object storage repositories. Obsolete restore points will only be removed from backup chains on the extents.

    Retention Policy

    Removal of backups or VMs created with the per-machine method.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Removing Backups from Object Storage Repository

    Scale-out backup repository rescan.

    Synchronization is skipped for object storage repositories.

    Rescanning Scale-Out Repositories

    Evacuation of storage along with indexes from on-premise extents.

    Maintenance Mode Limitations 

    Evacuating Backups from Performance Tiers

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