Archiving/Removing old builds

We're using bamboo to build a rather larger project, and we have a lot (3+ GB) of files lying around from 200+ test runs. Is there a way in bamboo to archive these files, or should (can?) I just delete them, and leave trx files around so we can still see the test results? The tests are MSTest based, and run using the build in MSTest runner.

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Take a look at the Build Expiry settings in the global administration Plans section:

The build expiry schedule determines when build results and/or artifacts will be deleted from your Bamboo system. On this page, you can configure when the build expiry schedule will run and what will happen to the build results globally when it runs. You can override what will happen to build results at the build plan level.

If you are worried about diskspace but want to keep the build results, you can choose to only expire artifacts.

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