The Adobe Connect system must have a minimum of 1 GB of free space. Adobe Connect does not have any built-in tools that monitor disk space—the administrator must monitor disk space with operating system utilities or third-party tools.
Content can be stored on the server hosting Adobe Connect, on external shared storage volumes, or both.
Use Adobe Connect Central to delete unused content. See Delete a file or folder.
Replace your server disk with a bigger disk.
If the free disk space on the server falls below 1 GB, the server stops.
Monitor the primary shared storage device for free space and available file system nodes. If either drops below 10%, add more storage to the device or add another shared storage device.
10% is a recommended value. Also, if you’re using shared storage, set a maximum cache-size value in Application Management Console or the cache can fill up the disk.
Adobe recommends that you create a weekly scheduled task to clear the edge server cache. It’s a good idea to run the task during off-peak hours, such as early Sunday morning.
Create a cache.bat file to delete the cache directory. The entry in this file must use the following syntax:
del /Q /S [cache directory]\*.*
The default cache directory is C:\Connect\edgeserver\win32\cache\http. To delete the cache, use the following command:
del /Q /S c:\Connect\edgeserver\win32\cache\http\*.*