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AppData\Local\Temp FULL

Post by egroeg » Jul 20, 2011 9:56 am

Veeam Server on a Windows 2K8 Std R2 VM

C drive is 40GB
D drive is +100GB (This is where the VBRCats / VBRCatalogue is stored and there is indeed data in there.

However, my Users\AppData\Local\Temp directory has some 20GB of data filling my C drive to capacity.

The content appears to be reference markers look like they're being used by Veeam (and there is no other software running on this box).

Can I purge this directory or is it used by Veeam for reference points?

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Re: AppData\Local\Temp FULL

Post by egroeg » Jul 20, 2011 10:05 am

Page 35 of the Admin Guide states this is the NFS VPower Path - states 100GB of free disk space.

Ok, so next question - how do you move this directory, can I put it on the same disk as my VBR cats which are on their own 100GB disk.

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Re: AppData\Local\Temp FULL

Post by Vitaliy S. » Jul 20, 2011 10:45 am

Hi George, in order to move NFS datastore please look through this topic: Changing vPower NFS Datastore

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