Cloud tiering, an optional feature of Azure File Sync, decreases the amount of local storage required while keeping the performance of an on-premises file server. When enabled, this feature stores only frequently accessed hot files on your local server. Infrequently accessed cool files are split into namespace file and folder structure and file content. The namespace is stored locally and the file content stored in an Azure file share in the cloud. When a user opens a tiered file, Azure File Sync seamlessly recalls the file data from the file share in Azure. When you enable cloud tiering, there are two policies that you can set to inform Azure File Sync when to tier cool files: the volume free space policy and the date policy. The volume free space policy tells Azure File Sync to tier cool files to the cloud when a certain amount of space is taken up on your local disk. Volume free space applies at the volume level rather than at the level of individual directories or server endpoints.
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