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[Zephyr] How to archive old test data (execution history)?

Our Zephyr re-indexing is taking many days now due to an immense large history of test executions (we have a dedicated Test Repository project for all projects) and this is causing issues with stability and performance. I like to figure out how to archive Test Execution history older than 1 year (for example) but cannot find an answer anywhere.

If archiving is not supported (is it?) could someone advise if it is possible to move old Test Executions to another project so it no longer slows down re-indexing of the primary Test project?

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Archiving of Test Executions will be available for server/DC instances by end of next week via the Zephyr Squad release 6.2.1 for Jira 8.X compatible instances and via Zephyr Squad release 4.8.1 for Jira 7.X compatible instances. 

From a performance improvement perspective its a good idea to archieve Test Execution history older than a year. Please share if you have you have found any solution to this. We also use Zephyr in our instance and can think of this use case.


Zephyr Server currently does not have the ability to archive individual executions for  a project. This is a feature that is currently being developed and should be available in a couple of months . 

Moving of executions to a different project is not possible since executions are always tagged to test cases that belong to a particular project. 

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