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GV STRATUS Operation considerations

  • On the K2/STRATUS system do not exceed the following maximum amounts:
    • Maximum bin depth: 9
    • Maximum number of markers per asset: 100
    • Maximum number of assets per page: 2500 in the 32-bit application, 10000 in the 64-bit application
    • Maximum number of search results: 2000 in the 32-bit application, 5000 in the 64-bit application
    • Maximum number of jobs monitored: 2000 in the 32-bit application, 5000 in the 64-bit application
    • Maximum number of placeholders for optimal performance: 2000
    • Maximum K2 database size: 80 MB
  • If a Dell server that is a GV STRATUS "Engine" server is on a redundant K2 SAN, Grass Valley recommends two media network (iSCSI) connections on the server, one to the A side of the K2 SAN and one to the B side of the K2 SAN. If such a server is connected to just one side of a redundant K2 SAN and a failover occurs on the K2 SAN, you must shut down the server if it is on the "failed" side of the K2 SAN.
  • The Render Engine generates proxy media for high-resolution clips with one video track. Clips with more than one video track are not supported.
  • Rename bins with careful considerations. A bin containing a large number of assets can consume system resources for an extended period of time while the rename operation is applied. To rename bins, you must be assigned Rename Bin Rights in GV STRATUS Control Panel. If GV STRATUS security settings are enforced, you must have adequate permissions. If not, menu selections are disabled. Rename bin operation also cannot be completed if assets in the bin are locked or in-use.
  • 4K is not supported on K2 SAN systems with clients that are connected via iSCSI. A 4K client must be connected via fibre channel.
  • K2 SAN clients with iSCSI connections can only support a maximum of two 1080p records per client.

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