Record Series Abstract
ORIGINAL APPLICATIONS AND PLANS, COPIES OF PERMITS, WATER QUALITY AND BIOLOGICAL DATA AND REPORTS, DEED RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS, MITIGATION DOCUMENTS, HYDROLOGIC DETERMINATIONS, WETLAND DETERMINATIONS, ANTI-DEGRADATION EVALUATIONS, AND LITIGATION SUPPORT. THESE DOCUMENTS ARE CONSIDERED SUPPORTING RECORDS FOR MAJOR IMPACTS THAT INVOLVE MONITORING OR MITIGATION, DEED RESTRICTIONS, CONSERVATION EASEMENTS, LAND VALUE OR POTENTIAL LITIGATION.
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Cut Off at End of
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Permit expiration, application termination or withdrawal
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Records and data generated from permits and water quality assessments will be maintained in electronic format in perpetuity. All electronic records will be maintained in Water Log. Paper records will be scanned for electronic storage. Papers will be destroyed after verification of electronic records.
11th Floor, William R. Snodgrass TN Tower 312 Rosa L Parks Avenue
6 cubic feet; 2 gigabytes
75 cubic feet; 25 gigabytes
Information Shared Outside the State
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Department of Interior, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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Oracle Database- Water Log
Oracle NAS (Networked Attached Storage) managed by STS. Raid 6 system with 40 TerraBytes of space. STS Fiber SAN managed by STS. This is the STS mandated storage medium and backed up through Enterprise Backups.
Oracle Database Enterprise 11.2.3 NAS mounted and managed through Windows CIFS (Common Internet File System) Expected to use PDF and TIFF file formats. Oracle Exports and Hot online backups are used to backupthe data SAN storage from where it is backed up to the Enterprise backups. Expected to use DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLX, PDF, and TIFF file formats.
STS Data Center South
NAS stores 31 daily snapshots. In addition, full backups are taken monthly with incremental backups taken daily. The monthly backups are stored off-site for seven years. With both methods considered, we can restore to any of the past 31 days if the file(s) existed during the time of either the snapshot or the backup, to one of the full monthly backups from up to seven years prior. Oracle Database is run in archive log mode and all redo logs are backed up daily. Hot backup of all data files are done on weekends.
Recovery Procedure: Helpdesk tickets to OIR as Priority 1 can restore file(s) in 2 hours time if restoring to a point within the past 31 days. If later (as tapes must come from off-site) expected Priority 1 recovery time is 5 hours. Major Disaster Recovery: OIR has a written policy on how to handle major disaster recovery. In summary: Order new hardware if required. Receive, configure and verify setup and connect ability. Install required software to restore from image files and/or tapes. Inventory media and image files, restore.
Data Migration Description
Select user in each agency, along with (temporarily) General Services personnel, have the ability to scan and write documents to the NAS. Managed by Active Directory Groups.
Legacy Revision UUID