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configset listname archive_size = [VALUE]
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Default Value : unlimited
Data Type     : string
Category      : archive
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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EXAMPLE:
configset listname archive_size = 100k


The archive_size setting contains the maximum size in kilobytes, or
maximum number of messages in a single archive file.  When a posted
message arrives that would cause an archive file to exceed this size, a
new archive file will be created to hold the new message.

The size is a number followed by a 'k' for kilobytes or an 'm' for
messages.  The value 'unlimited' is also permitted.

Changing this setting will affect new messages; old archives will not be
renamed or altered in any way.

If the archive size is unlimited, each archive file will include the
list name, followed by a period and date, as determined by the
archive_split configuration setting.  For example, the June 2001 archive
of the potato mailing list might have the following file name:
  potato.200106

If the archive size is limited, the name of each file will be followed
by a hyphen and two digits.  For example, if the potato list has a 50
message limit, the August 2001 messages might be split into three
archives:
  potato.200108-00
  potato.200108-01
  potato.200108-02


See Also:
   help admin_delivery
   help archive
   help configset_archive_access
   help configset_archive_date
   help configset_archive_dir
   help configset_archive_split
   help configset_archive_url
   help get
   help put
  
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