3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 24, 2017 11:56 PM by Rachit Puri

    Archiving Folders

    Kim Gandy

      Doing some clean up and organizing in our instance. Does archiving folders improve system load times? Possibly because Marketo is not including those items for all searches.

        • Re: Archiving Folders
          Grégoire Michel

          Hi Kim,

           

          Hard to say, but if it does not do any good, at least it will not harm

           

          The difficulty on measuring this is that UI load times can be impacted by many things...

           

          -Greg

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          • Re: Archiving Folders
            Drew Smith

            Hi Kim,

             

            Your basic premise is correct. However, in order for the difference in processing speed to be noticeable, you would need to archive a large number of folders/programs. We're talking years of folders/programs.

             

            And, as Grégoire mentioned, system times can be impacted by other factors as well. Also, as mentioned, it can't do any harm either. So, go ahead and archive those old folders.

             

            Drew

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            • Re: Archiving Folders
              Rachit Puri

              Hi Kim, if you have too many old assets in your instance and want to clean-up, you should try our M-Hive solution - go.grazitti.com/M-Hive-Marketo-Asset-Backup.html

              With this, you can easily take a back-up of your assets from your Marketo instance and then restore them in future as required.

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