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You may notice many (potentially hundreds) of sess_ files in the Uptime Infrastructure Monitor or system temp folder.  In most cases, these are temporary session files that will be removed within 14 days.  If these files are older than 14 days, or are taking up too much space, it is safe to delete them.

Example Locations:

/tmp
/var/tmp
/usr/local/uptime4/tmp
C:\Program Files\uptime software\apache\temp


Example Files:

-rw------- 1 uptime other 70 Oct 9 10:45 sess_4c77e5e79cff5f79aac23 c612999965b
-rw------- 1 uptime other 70 Oct 9 11:01 sess_8e1f72833c324a1fad49e 7c1cf4dd0f4
-rw------- 1 uptime other 70 Oct 9 11:16 sess_5ebcf703b597bc3c03ae4 b2f3ad5e88e
-rw------- 1 uptime other 70 Oct 9 11:31 sess_d247e1d4e7c315129a86d efc26819b8c
-rw------- 1 uptime other 70 Oct 9 11:46 sess_d3839337ab6427646db91 b419c6455ef
-rw------- 1 uptime other 70 Oct 9 12:02 sess_a91a971502aec2bbe7cf8