System Information Volume folder, on Server 2003, filling up.

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Matt, Jun 10, 2005.

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    I have a Server 2003 with a volume which is running out of space.
    The volume in question is a small volume used for MS SQL 2000 databases.
    The folder causing problems, using space, is System Information Volume.

    F:\System Volume Information>dir /aahs
    Volume in drive F is DB
    Volume Serial Number is 2A8C-7ECA

    Directory of F:\System Volume Information

    06/06/2005 11:02 PM 574,717,952
    07/06/2005 11:02 PM 431,079,424
    08/06/2005 11:02 PM 422,748,160
    09/06/2005 11:02 PM 450,838,528
    10/06/2005 06:01 AM 314,572,800
    31/05/2005 11:01 PM 408,981,504
    01/06/2005 11:01 PM 438,829,056
    02/06/2005 11:02 PM 456,753,152
    03/06/2005 11:02 PM 450,338,816
    27/04/2004 05:02 PM 20,480 tracking.log
    10 File(s) 3,948,879,872 bytes
    0 Dir(s) 123,625,472 bytes free

    I do not have System Restore points on this server, nor does this volume use
    Shadow Copies.

    All the files are created at around 11:00, which is when Backup Exec run a
    backup for this volume.

    Although I hate doing this, I'm going to delete the oldest file and free up
    some space, I can;t have my dbs failing due to lack of space.

    Any ideas ?
    Matt, Jun 10, 2005
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