I have noticed that my publisher is losing space daily by looking at the space available for backup staging. I have set in the CDR analysis and reporting section the auto purging of CDR and CAR records greater than 160 days.
On the c drive in a folder C:\mssql7\data directory I see some REALLY large files with a last modified date of 6/4/2003. Nothing rings a bell that I may have changed or done on that date. But here are the file names and sizes...
art.mdf 2,315,904 KB (over 2 gigs)
art_log.LDF 2,614,848 KB (2.5 gigs)
CDR.mdf 1,581,696 KB (1.5 gigs)
and there are others all with that last modified date of 6/4/2003 but aren't significantly large.
Does anyone know what these files are? Why would they last be modified on that date? I would NOT assume its safe to delete them, but they are taking the majority of the space on the server and don't appear to be changing in size or modification date???
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