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Delete non-essential application server files

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Created by Daniel Polaske, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This article discusses why it is recommended not to delete SolarWinds files from the \Program Files (x86)\Solarwinds or \ProgramData\Solarwinds\ folders in the event of a disk nearing capacity.

Environment

All Orion Core environments

Detail

We do not recommend deleting any SolarWinds related files on the application server.  In the event of a full disk, we recommend either adding disk space or removing non-essential, non-Solarwinds applications or temp files.  All files on the application server related to Solarwinds are considered essential files.

You can, however, change the ProgramData folder to a different disk using enviornmental variables as seen in the Microsoft Technet article Recognized Environment Variables.

 

Instructions on how to change the location of the ProgramData folder from Microsoft "Relocation of the Users directory and the ProgramData directory to a drive other than the drive that contains the Windows directory":

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/949977

 

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