We are adjusting our data retention period to 30 days for the following items.
You can download the result set of any query in CSV, TSV or any other supported format for 30 days after the initial query is run. After this, the result data expires. The query itself and its execution logs are retained indefinitely, so you may always re-execute it to rebuild the result set and retain it for another 90 days. Queries executed against regularly updated time-series data yield different results on each execution unless a time window is specified in the query.
Bulk Import Sessions
Any data uploaded to Treasure Data through a Bulk Import Session but not imported into a Treasure Data table expires after 30 days.
You may set an expiration date on your Treasure Data tables. If you do so, your data is retained for an additional 30 days after the set expiration date. If you make a mistake in setting the expiration, the data can be restored any time within this 30 day window.
When you delete a table on Treasure Data, the data is retained for 30 days and can be recovered any time during this period.
We preserve all account data for 30 days after an account deletion, unless explicitly stated otherwise in your contract. This includes all databases, tables, user accounts, queries, and job histories. A “Proof of Concept” or “Demo Account” is considered a cancelled account after the POC or other project is completed and is subject to this same policy if not converted to an ongoing account.
Job History Accessibility
We enforce some limit on how much of the Job History can be accessed by all our customers.
|Jobs list||Jobs history for past 14 days|
|Job history in Query editor||History of runs in past 90 days|
|Job history via Support||Jobs history of any give|
Will we be able to see a job and the result by job_id?
You will always be able to retrieve the job by job_id. Per our query’s data retention policy, you will continue to be able to retrieve the result of a job up to 90 days past its execution.
Can we see the history of a scheduled job?
Yes, you can see the history of that scheduled query and the corresponding result for up to 90 days after each job executed.
Can we retrieve the job list using TD Toolbelt in the CLI?
Yes, you can use td job:list command to access jobs within the last 90 days.