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[resolved] Tomcat File§Sytem and temp Folder

My Tomcat temp folder is very big, can I delete files.
ex : product/tomcat-6.0.24/temp/Talend_Administrator_Checkout_TRR
thx
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Re: [resolved] Tomcat File§Sytem and temp Folder

Hi
You can delete files under this temp folde. Stop Tomcat first, and then deletes the files. In fact it contains local svn files from Talend repository. It could take time to checkout svn projects related to projects created in your Talend database in next time when you start Tomcat.
Best regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business
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Community Manager

Re: [resolved] Tomcat File§Sytem and temp Folder

Hi
You can delete files under this temp folde. Stop Tomcat first, and then deletes the files. In fact it contains local svn files from Talend repository. It could take time to checkout svn projects related to projects created in your Talend database in next time when you start Tomcat.
Best regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business
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Re: [resolved] Tomcat File§Sytem and temp Folder

ok it works fine
Thx
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Re: [resolved] Tomcat File§Sytem and temp Folder

Hi
We have had problems with large temp files being created. We are also experiencing problems with slow responces with the TAC and TIS clients on TIS version 4.2.4 with our windows server admins suspect the presence of the files is a factor in the slow performance. If they shut down Tomcat and rename the temp directory then restart Tomcat performance does improve but the temp files build up again. Some file are transitory but the directories starting Talend_Administrator_Checkout_<project_name> stay.
The odd thing is that the size of the temp file directory version of the project is much larger that the SVN version of it?
Should we be deleting these files?
Can they cause performance issues?
Can they be disabled?
Any information on the role of the files would be most helpful.
Thanks Dave