When would the IBS_SPEC table be too large and need archiving?

We’re working with a customer who is looking to do a global deployment of Reserve. A question has been raised about IBS_SPEC having 40 million lines after a few months of cycling test data through. Not sure if that’s a particularly high number and whether the IBS_SPEC table gets cleaned out periodically. Do we have any numbers on customers with large footprints? If the table does get unwieldy when they go global, is there some archiving process we can recommend?…

At what point does IBS_SPEC (or IBS_SPEC_ASSIGNMENTS) get too large? And is there an archival process we can recommend? Do we have any numbers around large implementations that we can provide as a yardstick?

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