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Nate Brazil...
Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2009 6:08 pm
 
Greetings,

I'm working with a company who is using an older version of Vantage (6.10).
I've noticed that several users have numerious temporary files in their
epicor working directories (under \epicor\mfgwrk61). Most of these files
begin with a letter sequence of either DBI, LBI or SRT. Some of these files
are quite huge.

In cases where drive space is becoming limited, am I safe to delete these
files periodically? Should I keep files with recent creation dates (files
less than a week old), or can I delete these files without regard to their
dates?

If these files are truly just temporary files, I may consider having all
such files deleted at system login time. Any suggestions with doing this?

Thanks,

Nate
 
CJ...
Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2009 5:39 pm
 
These files are safe to delete after the user has logged off.

They shouldn't be there unless the users aren't logging off the database
normally. They usually only remain if the session is terminated without
closing the application.


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Quote:
Greetings,

I'm working with a company who is using an older version of Vantage
(6.10). I've noticed that several users have numerious temporary files in
their epicor working directories (under \epicor\mfgwrk61). Most of these
files begin with a letter sequence of either DBI, LBI or SRT. Some of
these files are quite huge.

In cases where drive space is becoming limited, am I safe to delete these
files periodically? Should I keep files with recent creation dates (files
less than a week old), or can I delete these files without regard to their
dates?

If these files are truly just temporary files, I may consider having all
such files deleted at system login time. Any suggestions with doing this?

Thanks,

Nate


 
 
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