After a policy job starts, you can pause the job to suspend replication activities. Afterwards, you can resume the job, continuing replication from the point where the job was interrupted. You can also cancel a running or paused replication job if you want to free the cluster resources allocated for the job. A paused job reserves cluster resources whether or not the resources are in use. A cancelled job releases its cluster resources and allows another replication job to consume those resources. No more than five running and paused replication jobs can exist on a cluster at a time. However, an unlimited number of canceled replication jobs can exist on a cluster. If a replication job remains paused for more than a week, SyncIQ automatically cancels the job.