The JobSchedulerCleanupHistory Job described in this article is delivered with JobScheduler versions 1.10.x and older. FEATURE AVAILABILITY ENDING WITH RELEASE 1.10
Users of JobScheduler versions 1.11 and newer should refer to the Database Maintenance Scripts article.
The JobScheduler stores for each task and order its log into the database tables:
The job sos/dailyschedule/CreateDaysSchedule (before JobScheduler release 1.11) stores records into the database table
The job sos/jade/jade_import stores records into the database table
The job sos/jade/ReportingFacts (before JobScheduler release 1.11) stores records into the database tables
Without regular maintenance, these tables can become very large, which can reduce the performance and eventually result in no more space being available.
To avoid this, you should regularly run ...
- the job /sos/housekeeping/scheduler_cleanup_history (before JobScheduler release 1.11)
- If you choose the 'Housekeeping' package during the installation then you find this job in ./config/live/sos/housekeeping/scheduler_cleanup_history.
- the scripts
Parametrization of scheduler_cleanup_history job (before release 1.11)
This job deletes records which are older than the parameter delete_interval