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Database Administration
Protecting Your Data : Auditing : Archiving audit data

Archiving audit data

Once you have enabled auditing for your database, you are likely to generate a large quantity of audit data. To keep your production database from growing too large too quickly, and for greater reporting capabilities (remember, Progress recommends only minimal indexing of the audit tables in your production database), you are going to want to archive your audit data to a long-term storage database. You can store archived audit data from multiple databases in your long-term storage, and with all indexes activated, you can more quickly access the records you need.
* Audit archive process