If I understood your above situation, you do not have any kind of EventViewer software ( like IDM/IEV or the VMS Security Monitor) installed and configured yet to receive the sensor events into the database. If that is true, it means that you are probably looking for deleting the events from the Sensor itself, right?
Well, the events are stored in the event store on the sensor. This is a large rotating buffer for event storage. The Event Store file is a 4 GB, fixed-size file.
Until the IEV or the Security Monitor pulls these events, they will stay on the sensor upto 4GB limit. The Event Store files path is /usr/cids/idsRoot/var/IdsEventStore.
You may cleanup this file.
Now if you are looking for cleaning up the VMS events database, then you will have to use the "idspruning" utility that is documented at the below url;
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