About irreparable objects

Content Platform Tenant Management Help

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9.7.x
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MK-95HCPH002-19

For each object it lists, the Irreparable Objects panel shows the full path to the object (starting after rest or data) and the date and time at which HCP discovered that the object was irreparable. If the namespace has ever had versioning enabled, the list also shows the version ID of each object.

If HCP subsequently repairs a listed object, the object is removed from the list.

You can acknowledge irreparable objects in the Irreparable Objects panel. Acknowledging an object leaves a checkmark in the object row. You can use this option to distinguish objects you’ve already seen from objects that have recently become irreparable.

You can delete irreparable objects from a namespace through normal delete operations as long as the objects are not under retention (or by using privileged delete if the objects are under retention). When you delete an object, HCP removes it from the list of irreparable objects.

Note: Acknowledging that an object is irreparable does not delete the object from the namespace.

By default, the objects in the Irreparable Objects panel are listed ten at a time in reverse chronological order by discovery time:

  • To view a different number of objects, select the number of objects you want in the Items per page field. The options are 10, 20, 50, and 100.
  • To page forward or backward, click the next () or back () control, respectively.