tools/command to delete file on the unity 4.0(4)sr1

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Feb 25th, 2007

dear sir,

We hope to delete the file located on the extension folder since the drive space left 700mb only. Please advise any tools/command to delete those unnessary file for free up some space on C: & M drive?

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chialun Sun, 02/25/2007 - 20:19

Hi brandon and all,

thank you for fast responses and suggestion. However,any command or tools from cisco to delete those unnecessary files? Seem like moving to D: will be a bit risky. Deleting files will be more safer ways.

thank you very much. Plesae suggest and advise.

MikeTomasko Sun, 02/25/2007 - 20:44

Where is your Windows Page File located? You could move that to D: to free up some space if it's on C:. Also do a scan on C: for .chk and .dmp files. But moving your Exchange database to E: is your best option.

chialun Sun, 02/25/2007 - 20:52

hi mike and all,

thank you for response. I don't know where's the windows page file located? How to check the windows page file located? But i attacheed some page file related. Probably the page file located on C: drive.

What's the impact moving exchange database to other drive?

Please advise.

thank you very much.

mchandak Mon, 02/26/2007 - 16:51

You have couple more options.

1. do a shrink DB on Unity and that might help you get some more space. Check

2. Delete old VoiceMails from Exchange, incase you dont have a script already running. Sometime users delete the message but the same could be stored in Deleted Items folder depending on how the server is configured to.

Not to forget the method mentioned above to move Exchange DataStore to D drive. Check and

All this being done should give you a lot of space on ur C Drive.

BTW, M Drive is not a real drive, its more of a virtual drive which uses the same space as the drive which has the Exchange Message Store file


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