3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 19, 2012 9:55 AM by Dataspike RSS

    LDMAIN \ MBSDK \ AsyncFiles - what is it?

    JSMCPN Expert

      (88SP2A + AV and CLN patches)

       

      Just curious, since searching for AsyncFiles on the Community yields zero hits.

       

      What is LDMAIN\MBSDK\AsyncFiles for?  It appears there are files being put there, called SDK****.fullscan every time an inventory scan is processed.  I've got about 90,000 files in that folder right now, and all the files ever contain is what I recognize as a device GUID, for example {9F1434E2-7C94-A74F-86BB-9B29DA3ED672}

       

      I assume it's safe to delete these periodically?

       

      Thanks!

        • 1. Re: LDMAIN \ MBSDK \ AsyncFiles - what is it?
          Lionel Apprentice

          Hi,

           

          Did you have any news about these files??

           

          I also have a huuuge number of files... Can I delete them??

           

          Regards

          Lionel

          • 2. Re: LDMAIN \ MBSDK \ AsyncFiles - what is it?
            JSMCPN Expert

            I still don't know exactly what they are, but I've been deleting them without any ill effect so far.

             

            I haven't tried this either, but in the Core registry, under HKLM\Software\LANDesk\ManagementSuite\MBSDK there is a REG_DWORD value called "Store Async Files" and the data is "0x00000001" - I would assume changing this to 0 would stop storing the files after a reboot.

             

            To quickly delete them, I made a little batch file and put it in the directory containing all the files.  Here's the code:

             

            @ECHO OFF
            ECHO Deleting MBSDK files from directory: %~dp0
            del "%~dp0\*.*scan" /f

            • 3. Re: LDMAIN \ MBSDK \ AsyncFiles - what is it?
              Specialist

              Any update to this?

               

              I had nearly 2 million files in folder, took nearly 5 hours to delete.

               

              I assume it's for some sort of sync/update.  We're using the MBSDK for Remedy (I think).