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Vaults for file storage

Vaults define physical file storage locations to store jobs and mail files. An appropriate vault daemon has to be set up and maintained to actually use a vault.

Figure: Vaults and Volumes configuration area

The icons “Back to previous page”, “Update overview” and “Create new vault configuration” are at the top of the screen. 

Existing vaults display in a table.

The columns are divided into

  • Name
  • Vault description (optional)
  • Vault configuration display (Circle icon)
  • Changes to vault configuration (Edit icon)

Figure: Overview of vault configurations

Create new vault

The "Configuration" tab is for configuring a new vault. The following parameters are editable:

  • Name 
  • Path
  • Host name
  • Description

Figure: New vault - configuration

HTTP ports are processed in the HTTP tab and are divided into:

  • HTTP port
  • HTTPS port

Note, that only one of the two ports may have a value > 0. It will be the one used and it determines whether communication will be via HTTP or HTTPS.

Figure: Specify HTTP ports of the new vault

Change Vault

Ports and configuration of existing vaults can be modified.

You can no longer change the name of an existing vault.

Figure: Change the vault configuration

Furthermore, the HTTP port for the already created vault can be changed - see the following figure.

Figure: Change the HTTP port of the vault

Delete Vault

Unused vaults can be deleted via the trash can icon.

Figure: Vault configurations

Before the vault is finally deleted, a pop-up window appears as a confirmation prompt asking if the Vault should really be deleted.

Figure: "Delete Vault" pop-up window

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