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Guide Section: Coupling To Software Applications | EASAP Tree: PROCESSES

To minimize the disk space used by files generated from an EASAP run, you can use CLEAR FILESPACE. It is a singleton object, which can occur only once per PROCESS. Use of CLEAR FILESPACE regularly is highly recommended to minimize disk usage on the EASA Server. Where possible, you should delete large files as soon as they are no longer used by the underlying software to reduce file transfers back and forth between the EASA Server and the compute servers.

Note: In general, the sooner you delete large files the better. However, be careful not to delete a file that is used by a subsequent process or within the user interface. For instance, avoid deleting images used in IMAGE objects.

Essential Parameters:
Delete:List of filenames to be removed from disk upon completion of process

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