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We are currently experiencing a space issue on the C:\ drive of the server that hosts our Triton Web Security and Filtering process and I have not been able to find a usable solution so I am asking for some help. We are running Version 7.5 Standalone on a Windows 2008 standard 32 bit OS machine with a 68 Gig hard drive. Unfortunately at this time new hardware is not an option so I am looking for files to cleanup. I have come across three files (SSL_Request_Log, Access_Log, Mod_JK.log) that are consuming almost 4 gig of space. Now admittedly I am not the most knowledgeable person on the system stuff so I have some questions:
1. These appear to be part of the Apache service on the server so is there a configuration that I can update to reduce the size of this data?
2. If number 1 is not possible can I close the services down, copy the files to another storage device then delete all the data before restarting the service?
Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
You can stop the services, and remove those files. I would not "adjust settings" because these could be critical to find out what occured if you have a problem with reporting or accessing the Triton manager.
JACOB SLOAN, CCNA, WCSE
Here is a KB article regarding log server issues:
Hope it helps.
J Sloan thank you for confirming our research.