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after upgrade ZCM 10.3.4, DB grow very fast

HI All
I had test ZCM 10.3.4 in my lab, and it seem no critical problem.then I upgrade it on my customer production environment. When I upgrade ZCM completed...the DB and trans log size upgrade from 70G/2G to 102G/165G in 2 days....it is every terrible speed.
Now, DBA had truncate trans log , and size down to 2GB. but I still do not know why & what happen to my ZCM server....Who could tell me when upgrade to 10.3.4, What DB action that upgrade path will run (like clear NC_COMPCHANGES or PatchScanAuditLog)?

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Re: after upgrade ZCM 10.3.4, DB grow very fast

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