Please find the attached graph which will help you to clear some space from LAE.
Firstly you need to import the graph in LAE.
To import the graph follow the below instruction:
Save the graph on your Desktop.
Open the Lavastorm application(BRE).
Click on File from the top left menu.
Select import BRS and browse the graph.
Then the graph will open up in the application and will look like the below screenshot.
DO NOT ENABLE THE DELETE NODE until you are confident that only the proper files would be deletd||@||.
The node "Limit to Interesting files" will have to be modified to get out the proper information out of the filenames.
This graph can be used as a sample. If you are unable to manage to make the changes then you should not use this graph.
If you are using this graph for the first few times, then you should carefully review the list of files to delete and make sure you're not about to delete something you want to keep.
There are several other ways too to clear up the files.
It needs to be your choice to decide which files to delete. It's VERY likely that you will find files that are very large and/or very old. I'd start with those.
1) One way to free up space is to open up graph nnnnn in BRE, select all nodes, and hit CLEAR
2) Another method is to manually delete them.
You need to go into the C:\Lavastorm folder and removes some of the temporary files manually.
You should find a folder in there simply labeled "\tmp" and under it another folder named "\admin".
Or, if this is a full server shared by others, there will be a separate sub-folder inside of \tmp for each user.
Inside of those folders, you will find a sub-folder for each graph, and inside of those folders are the temp files.
3) In Lavastorm Application (BRE) you can go to Tools-->Server--->DiskUsage
This will allow you to browse through the temp folders and do manual deletes.
4)There is one folder you SHOULD NOT TOUCH while deleting the files manually or from the Command Line or Windows Explorer.
The folder is <tempdir>\cache\brain
You can empty the contents of the folder, but the folder itself must exist otherwise LAE will not start.
In BRE, each little green output pin out of every node represents a temp file on disk.
If you delete the temp file(s) then you can no longer access the data from that node without having to re-run it.
It's your choice how long you need to keep the data, and whether you need to retain some temp file because you're still working with the data.
If you CLEAR a node in BRE (make it's output pin turn white), then the temp file it represents is removed.