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Database maintenance creates free space on the Tableau Server deployment by deleting old files, including log files, temp files, and rows from the http_requests table. If you are running Tableau Server on a distributed deployment, run the tsm maintenance cleanup command on the node that is running the TSM Controller process. By default, the controller is on the initial node in the cluster ( | ).
Note: If you need historical data in http_requests for audit analysis, ETL the data from the http_requests table to another database prior to executing the cleanup commands. If cleanup commands are part of your backup script, data in the http_requests table is truncated.