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Where are ContentServer Documents stored?

Hi,

We are trying find out if we have enough disk space available on our system for ContentServer Documents. Is there a specific windows directory that the documents get stored in or are they stored in the DB in the repository under the directory for the DATA Devspace?

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Brian

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Hi,

Any number of content servers can be installed in different locations. The contents are transferred directly between the client and content server. If the content servers are accessed from different locations that are linked only via a wide area network (WAN), cache servers should be used. Network traffic across the WAN can be reduced to a minimum and performance enhanced by installing at least one cache server at each location.

The Knowledge Provider’s Content Management Service (CMS) is used to monitor the Content Server.

As well as parameters that affect the general behavior of the server, the configuration file contains all the communication parameters necessary for each repository.Usually, the content server keeps the file up to date automatically; in other words, manual editing is not required. The transaction CSADMIN is used for maintaining and administrating the content server.

The ContentServer.INI file must be stored in the Content Server installation directory. The storage location of file cs.conf is specified in the Web server configuration table CSConfigPath in the Web server configuration profile.When the content server is installed this value is set to <ServerRoot>/conf/cs.conf.

Depending on the operating system the configuration file is called ContentServer.INI (Windows operating systems) or cs.conf (Unix).

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