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The PCR Archiver Service automatically moves older PCRs to a separate archival database to improve overall PCR search and rendering performance. The archive database runs on the same server as the primary database and contains a subset of tables with structure identical to the primary database. Each PCR is 'moved' as a single unit. Once a PCR is archived it is flagged as such and the archival date is added to the record. The PCR Archive Service uses a file system queue. This queue allows Enterprise to remain responsive while PCRs are archived as a continuous background process.

Here's how it works:
The Enterprise Scheduler Windows Service periodically (~15 seconds) pings the PCR Archiver. Each time this archiver is pinged, it searches the active database for unarchived PCRs whose date falls outside the currently configured range or minimum date setting. For each PCR it finds, it dynamically constructs all of the database statements necessary to archive the PCR, writes them to an SQL file and adds the SQL file to a special archive directory. It then scans this directory and executes each file sequentially, until no more files exist.

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