Yes, as Janani Reddy has mentioned, you can change the default Logs folder(s) location... But it might create a problem with upgrades (I did not check it lately, but Qlik used to overwrite the custom settings and configure your system to the default parameters....)
I am using a "link" method instead: I am "linking" default folders on C: drive to their actual locations on other (larger) partitions:
How to “link” folders:
- Have services offline
- Start > cmd (run as admin)
- cd /d E:\
- mkdir "Archived Logs"
- cd /d C:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense\Repository
- rename "Archived Logs-old" "Archived Logs-2"
- mklink /J "C:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense\Repository\Archived Logs" "E:\Archived Logs"
- (copy the files in Archived Logs-2 to the E (or D or whatever) drive, either by command line or cut/paste so that E:\Archived Logs\ has single folder in it (e.g. qlikserver.domain.local in my environment) then a bunch of subfolders for each service
- Bring services back online
mklink /J "C:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense\Repository\Archived Logs" "d:\QlikLinks\Archived Logs"
mklink /J "C:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense\Log" "d:\QlikLinks\Log"
mklink /J "C:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense\Apps" "d:\QlikLinks\Apps"
And I am doing it for Logs, Archived Logs, and Apps folders.....
Hope it helps!
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