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Hi Experts,

I have nstalled vcenter since years now.
The c partition is 60GB.
Now the c partition is full.

is there any cleanup or log files what I can delete ?
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Remove all the logs.

Also your C: drive should be twice that size, at least 130GB.
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where do I clean the logs ?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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vCenter Log location see this VMware KB, archive them or delete them.


Location of vCenter Server log files (1021804)
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ok Thanks.
But the logs just filled up with 700MB.

The big folder is WINSXS, this is filled with 8GB
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WINSXS is NOT anything to do with vCenter Server.

You need to increase your disk size, as per my post, recommended size of disk is 130GB.
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Again many thanks
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