The Data Lifecycle mechanism allows you to remove data above a certain age from your Hydrolix cluster. You can configure how long the data is active, as well as how long Hydrolix waits before deleting old, inactive data.
|Component||Description||Scale to 0|
|Decay||Checks partition age. When an active partition exceeds the configured maximum active age, the partition is made inactive. When an inactive partition exceeds the configured maximum inactive age, sends a partition deletion task to the queue.||Yes|
|Reaper||Retrieves partition delete tasks from the queue. Removes the indicated partition from the storage bucket and catalog.||Yes|
|Queues||One queue that contains partition deletion tasks. And a separate dead-letter queue, containing expired jobs that were not completed within a certain period of time.||Yes|
|Hydrolix Database Storage Bucket||Contains the partitions that comprise the database. Part of the core infrastructure.||No|
|Catalog||Contains metadata regarding data stored in Hydrolix. Part of the core infrastructure.||No|
Configure the Age Service
To configure age services for your Hydrolix cluster, see the Age service documentation.
Updated 5 months ago