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#55119 (In Topic #12002)

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Its hogging alot of disk pace..


I was checking my disk usage and i had uploaded few file, approx 100mb total. I was pretty

shocked when i noticed i have consumed near 600mb of disk space out of 1gb and there were some files what based on filesize are some sort of left overs on my uploads. Those files are in this folder:

public_html/uploads/incoming/ and those files are hogging my disk space.

Is it ok to delete them without any side effects?

Thx for reply.
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Non-joined user

Sorry, there is no edit button for guest.

Forget to mention that im using latest version of ocPortal.
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You can delete them, they will also auto-delete eventually.

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Thank you for reply, Chris Graham.

This can be closed/marked as solved.

BTW: Thanks for great software, ocPortal is awesome :)
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