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anas.ismail
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Content Security Reporter Requirements

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Greetings

We have been forced to move from Web Reporter to CSR as Web Reporter will be end of life last of this year, however there is no way to migrate the data from Web Reporter to CSR !!!

we are informing the customers to keep the old reporter based on their data retention policy.

For CSR, we had a bad experience for the performance and couldn't find hardware requirements in the document, also when to use external database because data from the internal database are not transferable to another database.

Thank you

Anas

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lubomir.cerny
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Re: Content Security Reporter Requirements

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About HW:

we have aprx. 35GB in internal DB. VM server with 2CPU 2.4GHz with 8GB RAM. 6GB of RAM reserved for CSR as noticed in Troubleshooting guide.

Works acceptable.

Based on Release notes https://kc.mcafee.com/resources/sites/MCAFEE/content/live/PRODUCT_DOCUMENTATION/27000/PD27269/en_US/... external DB is recomended when DB rise to 50GB or more.

Missing any tool to migrate data from webreporter to CSR is awkward.

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lubomir.cerny
Level 12

Re: Content Security Reporter Requirements

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About HW:

we have aprx. 35GB in internal DB. VM server with 2CPU 2.4GHz with 8GB RAM. 6GB of RAM reserved for CSR as noticed in Troubleshooting guide.

Works acceptable.

Based on Release notes https://kc.mcafee.com/resources/sites/MCAFEE/content/live/PRODUCT_DOCUMENTATION/27000/PD27269/en_US/... external DB is recomended when DB rise to 50GB or more.

Missing any tool to migrate data from webreporter to CSR is awkward.

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anas.ismail
Level 9

Re: Content Security Reporter Requirements

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many thanks lubomir

even there is no way to migrate from CSR internal mariaBD to external DB.

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lubomir.cerny
Level 12

Re: Content Security Reporter Requirements

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I guess there are some ways to try to migrate from MariaDB to MS SQL.

Quick search returns:


Migrating from MariaDB to SQL Server - ESF Database Migration Toolkit

Import MySQL database into a MS SQL Server - Stack Overflow

Steps and tools aka SSMA discussed there seems to be promissing.

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