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Archive depth

Archive depth is the maximum archive storage time.

The archive depth can be actual and specified (in the settings). For example, if the depth of the archive is set to 7 days in the settings of the video surveillance server, and the server was started only 3 days ago, then the actual depth of the archive will be 3 days.

Some video surveillance systems allow you to flexibly adjust the depth of an archive: for example, they either enable the forced deletion of the archive that exceeds a predetermined depth, or store the archive for the maximum time until the disk space has been exhausted.

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