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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-09-13T10:38:31Z by SystemAdmin
SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic 50 GB limit

‏2012-09-11T14:29:13Z |
Hello,

i read about the 50 GB limit of the shared repository.
under Windows, the 50 GB limit refers to the whole TPMFOSD folder or just to the folder shared ?
Best regrds,
Andreas
Updated on 2012-09-13T10:38:31Z at 2012-09-13T10:38:31Z by SystemAdmin
  • francesco.latino
    francesco.latino
    19 Posts

    Re: 50 GB limit

    ‏2012-09-13T05:47:53Z  
    Hi Andreas,

    the shared repository is the "shared" folder under the <DATADIR> path (under Windows it is c:\TPMfOS files by default).

    So the size of the shared repository is the size of the folder c:\TPMfOS Files\shared .
    Thanks
    Francesco Latino
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    2750 Posts

    Re: 50 GB limit

    ‏2012-09-13T09:50:33Z  
    Hi Andreas,

    the shared repository is the "shared" folder under the <DATADIR> path (under Windows it is c:\TPMfOS files by default).

    So the size of the shared repository is the size of the folder c:\TPMfOS Files\shared .
    Thanks
    Francesco Latino
    Hi Francesco,
    Thanks for the reply. I have situation where the partitions folder is about 90 gig of size. That should not be a problem though.
    Best regards,
    Andrea
  • francesco.latino
    francesco.latino
    19 Posts

    Re: 50 GB limit

    ‏2012-09-13T10:09:59Z  
    Hi Francesco,
    Thanks for the reply. I have situation where the partitions folder is about 90 gig of size. That should not be a problem though.
    Best regards,
    Andrea
    Hi Andrea,

    I guess you should have WinVista/Win7/Win2008 System Profiles in your TPM for OSd server, in my experience this would explain the big size of your "partition" folder... am I right ?

    Thanks
    Francesco
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    2750 Posts

    Re: 50 GB limit

    ‏2012-09-13T10:38:31Z  
    Hi Andrea,

    I guess you should have WinVista/Win7/Win2008 System Profiles in your TPM for OSd server, in my experience this would explain the big size of your "partition" folder... am I right ?

    Thanks
    Francesco
    Hi Francesco,
    Yes, you are right.
    Best regards,
    Andreas