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nobodyfiles in Backup!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tazman2000, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. tazman2000

    tazman2000 Active Member

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    My backup contains a file called "nobodyfiles", it is 425MB :eek: in size, and contains only a very very long list of directories & scripts.

    What is it? Is it safe to delete, and if so, where is it on the server, I can't find it?

    Thanks. :)
     
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    This file appears in ALL domain backup files, but is only insignificant size in all the others, bar one domain. It only exists in the backup zip files through WHM, it's not actually on the server (apart from the backups). :mad:

    This is a sample of what it contains;
    /public_html/L10Apps/L10HC_Events.log
    /public_html/Inv/cache/skin_cache/cacheid_2/skin_topic.php
    /public_html/L10/L10_Params_DB.php
    /public_html/Inv/uploads/post-1-1133690973_thumb.jpg
    /public_html/copper/albums/userpics/10002/Shuttle1.png
    /public_html/Inv/uploads/1138900357
    /public_html/Inv/cache/skin_cache/cacheid_2/skin_ucp.php
    /public_html/L10Apps/L10HC_Error.log
    /public_html/Links/temp_history/crontab.txt


    ...and goes on for 1,000's of lines :confused:

    No idea how to get tid of it, or stop it being included in the backups. Backup would only be around 350MB's, but with this one file its around 750MB's :eek: .....pain in the ass when FTPing it.
     
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