Thanks for advice, but in that KB - it's about MSSQL database. And files I told about - they have info about access to ePO, it's just plain text *.log files. Are they connected to MSSQL somehow?
as far as I know this is provided for delete the old logs and I did it in my Customer Environment.
You could create a simple .bat file that deletes files older than N days and then run that as a scheduled task from windows if you really wanted to. Otherwise just clear them out manually as needed.
forfiles -p "C:\what\ever" -s -m *.* /D -<number of days> /C "cmd /c del @path"
forfiles documentation: http://ss64.com/nt/forfiles.html
Thanks, of course I could delete it manually or via Win scheduler. But, what if these files are registered somewhere else (database or something like that)? I don't need lots of errors "could not find file" or something like that. So, I wanted to know what exactly McAfee tells us to do with these old access logs. Simple deleting... hm... that's a little "blondy" )))).
You may delete these files.
Please search "localhost_access_log" at https://kc.mcafee.com/resources/sites/MCAFEE/content/live/PRODUCT_DOCUMENTATION/ 23000/PD23209/en_US/epo_460_log_file_ref… doc.
Records all requests from client systems received by the McAfee ePO server. This file is not present until after the Tomcat service is started for the first time."