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NCM Default Database and Archive Maintenence job

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Updated March 21, 2017

Overview

This article provides brief information on Default Database and Archive Maintenance jobs. One of the roles of these jobs is to keep the database tables and Archive folders in check. 

Environment

All NCM Jobs

Detail

The following are NOT default settings.

The three items to pay more attention to are:

  • The Config Archive is for the Configs stored on the NCM server /Config Archive folder (not the database).  If used, the most it is able to save is  2 years. if not selected, it will not delete any configs.
  • Purge Config Cache Data older than.  This is the data used for charts on the web for differences.
  • Purge job logs.  This is for the data seen when opening the History note on Jobs.

 

 

 

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17:52, 20 Mar 2017

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