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Archiving Yearly Sales #8030

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asim-vax opened this Issue Jan 4, 2017 · 2 comments

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asim-vax commented Jan 4, 2017

To whom it may concern,

As our data grows(over 5 years worth of sales data) our sales_order (sales_flat_order table in M1) table is exponentially growing - trying to run queries against this is becoming slower. Is there a development path for something like sales_order_2014, sales_order_2015 or any sort of archiving of older data?

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Alex

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pboisvert commented Jan 20, 2017

this Github is for M2 issues. Your report appears to be against M1

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asim-vax commented Jan 22, 2017

@pboisvert I was asking if there was a plan for something like this in M2? We are in the process of moving our site over from M1 to M2, and there is a huge amount of data in the table

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