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Hello, I would like to know if the files whose name is SQLDmpr00xx.mdmp which is under Microsoft SQL Services-> MSSQL.2->reporting services->logfiles can  be deleted without any problem.
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You can delete them.

.mdmp file are memory dumps from SQL Server when there is a access violation or something else in that matter.  

If they're old and the problems aren't still occurring, there's no reason to keep the files around
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