Record Series Abstract
THE RECORDS INCLUDE CATEGORY 1(State approved schools, that operate under the same state approved guidelines and regulations) AND CATEGORY 5(Schools that are affiliated with church and or domination and are not held to the same standards as state approved schools) OF NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND INFORMATION ON DEMOGRAPHICS.
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THE FILES ARE TO BE CUT OFF AT THE END OF EACH FISCAL YEAR. MAINTAIN IN AGENCY 5 YEARS, THEN DESTROY.
AJT 9TH FLOOR
ELECTRONICALLY; ALPHA BY SCHOOL NAME
ELECTRONIC RECORDS- 300MB
ELECTRONIC RECORDS- 1.79GB
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H Drive (department hard drive)
TDOE uses its H drive server which is housed in a cluster Enterprise SQL 2012 Environment using these devices: Intel 64-bit processors, including IBM System x, eServer xSeries, and BladeCenter servers.
TDOE H drive servers run Windows Server 2012 Enterprise 64- Bit R2 or later with these software packages for each portion of the enterprise software application
OIR's South Data Center located in Smyrna Tennessee hosts the servers that will be utilized for the storage to comply with Statewide and TDOE Electronic Records Policy.
H(department) drive drive data are backed up between the north and south OIR data centers, as well as, OIR back ups. These procedures consist of daily incremental back ups, and weekly total back ups on the weekend. The process for backing up data from OIR's South Data Center is to mirror the information at the OIR's North data Center, and then create a weekly back up tape.
Data replication. All H drive data components are shut down and then all data is replicated to a secondary site. Another type of replication is the more common case the data is replicated continuously as needed. Disaster recovery begins with the utilization of the OIR's North Data Center for both operations and data. If both OIR's north and south data centers are out of operation new operations will begin by acquiring appropriate hardware and software from a third party supplier and restoring data from the offline tape backups stored.
Data Migration Description
Migrate the data from the source environment. Analyze the converted deployment data set for potential errors that could occur during the import and for the impact on the destination environment. Backing up data is necessary during this process
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