I'm running tight on space on a ESX box that has 2 virtual servers running, I had some snapshots but when I tried to clean them down the box frooze for a very long time and needed a reboot, now my snapshot manager only shows 1 snapshot on each server but one server still has 000001.vmdk, 000002.vmdk and 000004.vmdk as per screen shot attached.
Can I clear down these files without causing any issues? vmdk-issue.JPG
i had the same issue in the past, what you can do to clean them is delete all the snapshots, if the operation times out you should created a new snapshot and then commit all snapshots to disk again. This
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