Upon installation of CA Performance Center, the application creates a /mysql folder, in the root directory.
Some customers would like to remove all unknown and un-needed files and folders from the root directory
Can the /mysql folder be removed from the root directory of a CA Performance Center system?
The /mysql can be safely removed from the root directory, as these files are not used by the product
This applies only to the /mysql folder that gets written to the root directory; /
This folder contains only time zone files that were used in a formative stage of the product's development, and it is no longer used