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Reducing space on Secondary SMS2003 SITE

Reducing space on Secondary SMS2003 SITE

Reducing space on Secondary SMS2003 SITE

I have remote sms2003 server which is a secondary site.  Currently server is having disk space issue and i need to find a way to get rid of old data.
i have sms folder - deleted cache files
SMSPKG - 7.82GB (Not shared)
SMSPKGD$ -8.94GB (shared)
how do i reduce the size.. simply delete from SMS2003 server the advertisements or packages?

RE: Reducing space on Secondary SMS2003 SITE

Well if you remove either the advertisements or packages you won't be able to distribute them from that DP, if you're ok with that then you should be able to remove those packages from that particular DP but first you would need to remove them from the advertisement because if you don't then the packages would just repopulate. Once you have removed the DP from the advertisement you can go onto the DP and delete the packages from there.


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