Yes, the wwwrootbes folder is on the D drive that’s 1TB in size.
So, anything that is gathered from IBM, fixlets files, etc is stored in that folder, and the size of it is controlled by the cache limit set on the main BES server, correct? So, considering that, I’m thinking 400 or 500gb is a good place to start.
I just wasn’t clear if BigFix gathered files to a separate folder and then just cached out to another folder to deploy the needed files to the relays on the network. So my cache folder is my patch repository on the main BES server. Got it.
I’m still getting used to how BigFix works… I’m running WSUS in parallel until I can get everything up and running on BigFix. My WSUS has about 300GB downloaded patches.
Thanks for the help!!