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After Migration /usr/local/psa/PMM/archives/ is very big

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by arjanv, Mar 31, 2006.

  1. arjanv

    arjanv Guest

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    Well,

    Finally we have used the migration manager of plesk to migrate our server to the new one. But after this migration we have a folder on the new server :
    /usr/local/psa/PMM/archives/

    This folder has 15GB of data. When I look at the folder it looks like that there stored the migration data files of the migration.

    Can someone look on his server ho much GB that folder is. Can I just delete the archives in that folder?

    I hope someone can help me?

    Thnx
     
  2. eilko

    eilko Regular Pleskian

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    I just checked my server and it has also a lot of files in it. All dated of the migration to this server. I can't think of a reason why I would keep these files.
     
  3. arjanv

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    The reason we found out that this map is that big, is that we backup that filer. An backup of our server takes 2 hours. 1,5 for that folder and 0,5 hour for the other folders. Thats why we wan't to delete this files, but we are not sure of deleting this files.
     
  4. eilko

    eilko Regular Pleskian

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    I think you can delete them (I just removed my own). My files have been there for over 7 months without being touched. I also didn't know that they existed.
     
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