Thank you for your attention to my question.
I had a version 2.0.4 server is installed in August 2015. May 10, 2016 I updated it to version 2.2.4 Monitoring Applications include information since May 10, 2016.
here is size of QVD Files
05/12/2016 02:00 AM 13,098,215 governanceCounterEngine_2.0.qvd
05/17/2016 02:00 AM 156,331 governanceCounterEngine_2.2.0.qvd
05/12/2016 02:00 AM 139,515,287 governanceLicenseLog_2.0.qvd
05/17/2016 02:00 AM 1,424,561 governanceLicenseLog_2.2.0.qvd
05/12/2016 02:05 AM 1,056,722,893 governanceLogContent_2.0.qvd
05/17/2016 02:00 AM 10,159,835 governanceLogContent_2.2.0.qvd
05/12/2016 02:00 AM 14,209,060 governanceSession_2.0.qvd
05/17/2016 02:00 AM 238,751 governanceSession_2.2.0.qvd
05/17/2016 02:00 AM 2,266 License_Monitor_Reload_Stats_2.2.0.txt
05/17/2016 02:00 AM 2,012 Operations_Monitor_Reload_Stats_2.2.0.txt
I would remove the 2.2.0 QVDs and try a reload. There is no reason you should be missing historical data (2.0 and above) in the 2.2.4 monitor apps.
Make sure, though, that the Archived Logs folder is in place, with the historical logs. If that has been removed or moved to a different location - you will not see the history.
Also, if you are now running multi-node and the apps are reloading on a RIM node, you might miss the historical data.
Let me know.
If you deleted the archived logs then the history is gone. There is no supported way to pull the data from the prior version of the monitor apps QVDs. (Though you can try. The easiest way to try would be to make a copy of the 'old' 2.0 QVDs and rename them to '2.2.0'.)
If you remove all the QVDs from the Qlik\Sense\Log folder, then when you next reload the 2.2.4 version of the Monitor Apps, the apps will create new QVDs based on the logs that exist in Qlik\Sense\Log and Qlik\Sense\Repository\Archived Logs\ folders.