[1574] Purge Process Run Amok

Took a look at TC this morning to find Almost all my builds with "?". Looked at the database and saw that most of the tables were mostly empty. My guess is that the purge process got a little ambitious and got rid of most all my builds.

This was a fresh install and most of the builds were from yesterday, so I don't think that the builds should have been purged.

When I look at the Purge policy, it looks like there are no rules (I started this build with a fresh database). This has not happened previously, so I'm guessing that some default rule which existed in previous builds didn't make it into this one and so cleanup made things very clean.

--Tim

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Hello,

Could you please send us the TeamCity config directory?

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Pavel Sher

"Tim McNerney" <intellij@oneofus.org> wrote in message
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Took a look at TC this morning to find Almost all my builds with "?".
Looked at the database and saw that most of the tables were mostly empty.
My guess is that the purge process got a little ambitious and got rid of
most all my builds.

>

This was a fresh install and most of the builds were from yesterday, so I
don't think that the builds should have been purged.

>

When I look at the Purge policy, it looks like there are no rules (I
started this build with a fresh database). This has not happened
previously, so I'm guessing that some default rule which existed in
previous builds didn't make it into this one and so cleanup made things
very clean.

>

--Tim



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I guess the subject was a bit on the sensational side. It isn't really a bug or anything. It is just that with a fresh install, the cleanup policy is a bit complete. At his point, all my configurations are substantially modified from when I ran into this problem.

--Tim

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