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    Default /opt/zimbra/zmstat directory pruning.

    the /opt/zimbra/zmstat directory on our zimbra store server is starting to get a little large. Looking at this directory, i see stats from as far back as the system has been running.

    I'm wondering if it's safe to prune this directory. As far as i can tell, this is used only for stats graphs. I would consider it acceptable to retain only a few months, if that, of this data.

    Thanks!

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    you can safely delete
    /opt/zimbra/zmstat/20xx-xx-xx
    folders as many as you like.

    raj
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    Dedicated & Shared Zimbra Hosting Provider

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    Thanks for the info!

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