does anyone have an idea why ServiceUpTime.db is 2G while all other databse files are under 50Mb?

...and how to shrink this?

asked 13 Dec '13, 04:29

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Marc's Question by email: Can I delete ServiceUpTime.db database, will PASM build a new one?

Quinn's Reply: Yes, you can delete the table and the service will rebuild a new one for you. Before you do that you need to stop the service and then you can delete. Start the service back up and a new table will be created in a minute or two.

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answered 13 Dec '13, 11:58

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You can control how long different types of data are kept by going to Settings -> Database Settings -> Database Cleanup and adjust the days that you keep the data. Once you have made a change to those thresholds you will need to wait about 24 hours for the database to get cleaned up.

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