I have Customer who want more days on just two of his cameras. He has exacqvision ELP hybrid system today. Is there away to have Exacq give "priory" to specific cameras to meet desired amount of days? Which would give the other less amount of days?
If I setup a NAS device and archive to that using exacqvision archive feature. Can I only do those two cameras? Or is it going to do all of them?
What drives would you recommend for NAS? I see they have RED which I've used before. But can i get by with purple from WD?
As pointed out by Simon, yes, you can set a camera "at least" rule. Other cameras without the "at least" rule will potentially have their retention impacted. For example, if you set a rule of 30 days for one camera and there is enough storage for all cameras to get 35 days, then no problem. If the current retention is at 28 days for all cameras, then setting that rule on one camera will result in 30 days for that camera and <28 days for all other cameras.
The archiving feature can be configured to archive specific cameras.
We use Purple drives in non-RAID exacqVision systems. If your NAS has a number of drives together you might want tot use the Purple NV.