Files in cscopx/mdc/webapps virt*.* are filling my drive.
I have a 510g drive dedicated to CW LMS 3-2
There are about 90g of files in the cscopx directory (or so I thought) and it appeared as if I had lost about 300 gig of space.
When I run tree size pro, win explorer I get 90gig.
But when I was working with TAC on a seperate issue, I saw there are literally millions of files in the directory structure listed in the title of this thread that begin with virt and then some sequence of numbers are there and constitute about 300 gig,, go figure.
Someone please let me know what these are and why so many?
Thanks, this issue started a few months ago and now I have to clear my drive about every day or risk running out of disk space which obviously is not a good thing.
Re: Files in cscopx/mdc/webapps virt*.* are filling my drive.
I have never seen such files get created. Post some full example file names. What is in these files? Are they in NMSROOT/MDC/tomcat/webapps or NMSROOT/MDC/webapps? The latter directory should not exist.
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