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Print archives sizing and growth

If PaperCut NG/MF is configured to use Print ArchivingPaperCut's Print Archiving stores an historic record of all printed content. This allows approved administrators to browse and review the content of past print jobs within their environment. then additional disk space is required to store the archive files. The amount of space required depends on a number factors unique to your site:

  • Number of print jobs

  • Average size of print jobs spool files

  • Archive retension policy

  • Backup plan

Proactivly monitor your archive directorty size over time to understand your specific requirements. For further information, see Print Archiving (viewing and content capture).


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