You may occasionally wish to clean up old and unused files from your DirectAdmin account. Here are some hints.
From the DirectAdmin control panel, click on the Files icon to reach the File Manager. Now look at the Size column (third column). This shows you the sizes of various files and directory. By clicking on the Size column title, you can change the sort order. After clicking on Size twice, you should see files and directories sorted by size, largest first. Now you can tell where most of your disk space is going.
Here some selected files and directories that may need cleaning up.
This directory holds files used by SpamAssassin for diagnosing spam.
Within this directory, you may see files with names of the form "bayes_toks.expire###" where ### is some number. If you see any files with these names that are more than a few days old, it's safe to delete them to recover disk space.
Also within this directory, you may see a file called "spam". This is your spam folder. It can be accessed and purged via webmail. But you can also delete it from the file manager to recover disk space.
All other files in the ".spamassassin" directory should be allowed to stay intact.
Razor is one of the modules used by SpamAssassin. Within the ".razor" directotry, the log file called "razor-agent.log" may grow indefinitely and may become quite big. It's safe to delete this file to recover disk space.
All other files in the ".razor" directory should be allowed to stay intact.
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