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How to free up disk space on a Plesk for Windows server

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    Moj sabet

    Is it safe to remove file and folders in %plesk_dir%\tmp directory?

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    Alisa Kasyanova

    @Moj sabet
    In general, it is safe. But it is better to remove them when there are no open webmails, for example, Horde: it stores temporary files in this folder, so there could be some "hiccups" in active Horde session. You may check the subfolders to see what other utilities/features are writing to /tmp.

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