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I moved Virtual machine from DataStore-1 to DataStore-2, machine is moved on Datastore-2

But after browsing datastore-1 I can still see machine directory on it., I actually want to format this store , worried it should not break the VM.

Pls. assist.

Kamal
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I'm using ESXi 4.0
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Yes, this is normal, because they are actually in use, when the process is ending, and it does not delete them.

They will be safe to dispose off.
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