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[LDM #TNQ-639864]: /ldm/var/data folder



Hi Erik,

re:
> While I'm asking questions, might as well ask some more!
> 
> I see in /var/data there are hundreds of gz files being generated going
> back to January.  Is this coming from scour.conf?

No, the LDM scour script deletes files, not create them.

re:
> In scour.conf there are the following settings:
> 
> /usr/local/ldm/var/data         1               *.gz
> #dir1                       2
> #dir2                           2               *.foo
> #~ldm/var/logs                  1               *.stats
> ~

The first line in the snippit above should result in the deletion of
.gz files from the /usr/local/ldm/var/data directory that are more than
one day old.  This assumes, of course, that there is an appropriate
cron entry that runs the LDM scour utility once per day, and 
/usr/local/ldm/var/data is writable by the user running your LDM
(maybe obvious, but...).

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: TNQ-639864
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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