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How far back in time will datamodel data be kept?

jamesvz84
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How far back in time will datamodel data be kept? I have a datamodel with a large quantity of data and I am wondering if the latest records will ever "roll off" similar to the bucketing settings, or are the other limits (besides disk space) for that I should watch out for as the datamodel data grows larger?

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Ayn
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That's defined when you accelerate a data model - "summary range". You can see which range is currently defined for each data model by looking at the acceleration info for the data model in the splunkweb settings, look for the summary range there - that's the retention period.

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Ayn
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That's defined when you accelerate a data model - "summary range". You can see which range is currently defined for each data model by looking at the acceleration info for the data model in the splunkweb settings, look for the summary range there - that's the retention period.

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