Can the sslconfig.log be deleted?
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Can the sslconfig.log be deleted?


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CA Performance Management - Usage and Administration DX NetOps


The home drive was full on the PC server. I deleted a bunch of old installers to free up space. That got the services running, and I saw the Scheduled Report repository was yellow as we had less than the required space that it wanted. I think it said it wanted to be 70% or 80% or less Disc used.

Looking deeper I saw the sslconfig.log did not update since last use, and it's very big.  I assume I can delete it, to free up space without issue, but wanted to get a quick check in.  Before I find out that i'm wrong.


All supported DX NetOps Performance Management releases


Many runs over time of the SslConfig script resulted in an excessively large log file.


Delete the sslconfig.log file or move it to an alternative location for long term storage.

When the SslConfig script is needed again, when run it will create a new log and write the necessary messaging to it.

No service restarts are required to remove and recreate the log.