|Subject:||Chunk and temp files in Syncrify|
|Creation date:||6/2/11 7:13 AM|
|Last modified on:||12/14/18 11:06 AM|
On several occasions Syncrify needs to create temporary files. These temporary files are created in the $TEMP folder on your machine. The exact location of this folder is OS dependent. For example, on Windows this could be C:\Windows\Temp and on Linux this could be /tmp.
If a backup completes successfully, Syncrify should remove every temporary file that
it creates. However, in case of an error these files are not deleted until the Syncrify
server process terminates. Consider the following example:
Yes, you can. However, make sure you only delete files that are in use by Syncrify. A good practice is to remove files that are older than 24 hours, which will ensure the file is no longer in use.
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