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Default Merge Replication Metadata cleanup MSDE?



I have a bunch (10) MSDE databases that are on merge replication with my SQL2000 box for a particular application.

The merges run quite frequently, and over time the MSMERGE_TOMBSTONE and MSMERGE_GENHISTORY tables are getting quite huge, over 300,000 records.

How can I get these files down to a bearable level ?

THANKS!

David





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