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Can I move or delete the Records Manager log files to free up disk space?

Hello,

I have a server with Records Manager 8.3 installed, but there is very little space available on the disk. I know there are two folders that contain log files "C: \ HP Records Manager \ ServerLocalData \ TRIM \ Log" and "C: \ inetpub \ logs" Both contain TXT files and I would like to know if I can move these files to another folder to free up space inside the server disk.

Could you tell me what should I do and what should I not move so as not to affect the normal functioning of Records Manager?

 

Thank you

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Technically you can backup the files and delete it, however System / RM Administrators may be using these files for Server logs & Audit logging etc.  Please check your company’s policy and Sys Admin processes for log file deletions., itis takencare by the System Admins and through change control.


Cheers,
Harry
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You can back those up and move the location these files are genertaed.. 

The Reg key to change where those files are generated is located at 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Hewlett-Packard\HP TRIM\DataPaths

 

 

HP Records management suite specialists
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