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We recently upgraded our application from version 3.1 to 3.5. We had run the latest schema and other DB changes on the existing 3.1 Database. This is how we upgrade to higher versions. Now the problem is, after the upgrade, the disk usage has gone very high. What are the possible reasons for high...
I have a 16gb memory card, formatted fat32, I am trying to add data, 8gb, I get a notice that there is not enough disk space. It is plugged into a usb port. What needs to be done to access the complete volume? Can this be reformatted ntfs? I tried there is no way that I can see to do it.
I am just looking for opinions about users file server disk usage. About 30% of our users average over 1.25 gig of disk space used. This includes all user files and email file. I am just wondering if this is normal or excessive. If people can please let me know what their usage is I would...