You can perform cold storage operations on VOD resources in the VOD console. VOD supports cold storage based on policy and batch cold storage based on
When you perform cold storage for media assets, it will take effect for all files under the
FileId, including files related to transcoding, adaptive bitrate streaming, and screencapturing.
|Policy ID/Name||Unique identifier of a media asset cold storage policy in VOD. You can set cold storage rules by adding or editing a cold storage policy.|
|Storage Type||Storage class of a media asset after cold storage based on the policy, including STANDARD_IA, ARCHIVE, and DEEP_ARCHIVE.|
|Creation Time||Time when the policy is created.|
|Enabled/Disabled||Whether the policy is enabled.|
|Operation||Policies can be disabled and deleted.|
- You can create up to 10 custom rule-based cold storage policies under an account.
- Enabled cold storage policies will be executed at 00:00 every day for all storage data under the current application.
- If multiple cold storage policies hit a media asset at the same time, the media asset will be stored in the following priority order: DEEP_ARCHIVE > ARCHIVE > STANDARD_IA.
FileId-based cold storage supports up to 100
FileIdvalues at a time.
- Specify upload time: you can configure a cold storage policy by specifying a time point/period. - Specify time point/period: if no start time point is specified, the oldest stored video file will be cold stored by default. If no end time point is specified, all video files after the start time point will be cold stored. If neither is specified, all video files in VOD will be cold stored. - Specify storage time: a media asset will be cold stored after the entered time elapses.