On 12/23/11 18:55, Jeff Crowe wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have an issue where my drive with /usr/local/Surgemail is full and I
> am not sure how to move/delete/clean up enough space to keep this
> running. I have setup my system to have the following partition/drive setup:
> / - 8GB 0% free
> /opt – 2TB 84% free
> I have setup all my virtual domains to store their mail in
> /opt/Surgemail/domain.tld/etc, but for some reason, I am finding current
> files in /usr/local/Surgemail/opt/Surgemail/work/domain.tld/. It almost
> appears as if the IMAP component is using the
> /usr/local/surgemail/opt/Surgemail/work/domain.tld for caching files or
> storing saved messages.
> -Is there a way of cleaning out this folder (it is using 6.4GB of my 8GB
> available) without impacting my clients?
> -Is there a configuration setting to force Surgemail to use
> /opt/Surgemail for this IMAP caching (or for whatever is being written
> to the /usr/local/Surgemail/opt folder)?
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Jeff Crowe
sounds like you are runing a *nix system. Just make a symlink to /opt
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