This sections explains how to maintain Address Manager database.
|Database Replication||Configures a primary appliance with one or two standby servers to provide for database redundancy and disaster recovery. For information, refer to Replicating the database for Address Manager disaster recovery.|
|Database Archive||Saves user transaction, system event, and user session information to files on the server and purges this information from the database. For information, refer to Archiving and Purging database.|
|Database Cleaner||Searches for and replaces host record objects that have the same host name, but that are assigned to multiple IP addresses. This function corrects a specific condition introduced by the migration tools in previous versions of Address Manager. For information, refer to Database Cleaner.|
|Database Re-index||Rebuilds the Address Manager database index. Use this function if you notice a decline in Address Manager performance. For information, refer to Re-indexing the database.|
|Transaction History Writing||Controls the writing of transaction history to the database. For information, refer to Controlling the writing of transaction history information.|
Use the Database Archive and Database Re-index functions as part of ongoing database maintenance to keep the database at an efficient and manageable size. The Database Cleaner function addresses a specific issue and you need to use it only once to clean up your database.