Author Topic: In Network Shield is there a way to Delete the Last Attacks log files?  (Read 7261 times)

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Offline alanrf

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Re: In Network Shield is there a way to Delete the Last Attacks log files?
« Reply #15 on: March 05, 2009, 06:23:24 AM »
Tech,

this is a crusade for a few Kb.  Yes, I think and I hope we all get your point (and support it) about flexibility and customer choice but for 2 or 3 kb, is this a crusade worth fighting? Would you not agree that this should be a low priority in the tasks for the avast team?
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Re: In Network Shield is there a way to Delete the Last Attacks log files?
« Reply #16 on: March 05, 2009, 01:57:22 PM »
this is a crusade for a few Kb. 
No, no, no...
I'm not fighting against disk space, c'mon...
It's about the way avast handle the logs, the user temporary files, the dump files... all of them placed inside of avast folder and can't be cleaned, deleted, etc. without disabling the self-defense module... avast log restriction (size) does not work for all logs (for instance, setup.log)... Housekeeping is very bad...
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