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Topic # 23604 3-Jul-2008 20:24
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I was wondering about What happens to really old threads?  I know they get locked after 30days, but do they get deleted?

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  Reply # 142724 3-Jul-2008 20:26
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No, everything gets retained in relative perpituity, forever available to Googlers the world over.

Stupid words today are stupid words in 20 years time.

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  Reply # 152719 30-Jul-2008 16:00
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hellonearthisman: I was wondering about What happens to really old threads?  I know they get locked after 30days, but do they get deleted?

 that's a very good question. and if they are not deleted how do you deal with storage issues?

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  Reply # 152791 30-Jul-2008 20:13
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by buying more hard drives Laughing - they are cheap these days anyway

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Reply # 152817 30-Jul-2008 21:05
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liz66:
hellonearthisman: I was wondering about What happens to really old threads?  I know they get locked after 30days, but do they get deleted?

 that's a very good question. and if they are not deleted how do you deal with storage issues?


Storage issues? The database as it is now is not even 1 GB. I wouldn't worry about storage issued for some months I would say.




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