archived, regardless of age, and does not remove 'old' rows. The
idea here is that you can use '-r -l' to do a partial push of some
rows, and then remove only those rows from the db on ops. This is
useful of the data has gotten backed up on ops, and the limit given
with -l is not large enough to archive all rows that would normally
be 'aged out'.
Leigh, it would probably be a good idea to review my code for safety.