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sptimer.mem file (3867 mega) on my C: drive

Posted on 2007-04-06
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Windows server 2003 SP2, WSS2 installed, FP2002 server extensions installed.

Please help,
I find that I have got a huge
sptimer.mem file (3867 mega) on my C: drive.
Surely this not normal and how can I get rid of this, I understand it is
something to do with the timer service????
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Not sure why exactly this occurs but yes its SharePoint Timer Service, disable the service, delete the file and it will not be re-created.
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