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Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?

Postby arjfca » 04 Jan 2013

Hello

I received a warning from my PV that my SSD disk is full. MC is install on my c: disk witch the SSD disk. Is it plausible that using tick chart did fill my disk?

The last time I had check my disk, I had more than 50% free Now it is full up to the capacity.

If so, how can I reduce the space use by the data. I don't need to keep prolonged historical

Is it possible to install the data in another disk than the C:

Martin

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Resolve: Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?

Postby arjfca » 04 Jan 2013

Hello

MC not in fault here. My AV Kaspersky had filled all empty space on the drive. Did uninstall the anti-Virus and re-install. My disk as found back all the free space that it had before

But same question remain. Can I have my data saved in another disk than the disk where reside the program?

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Re: Resolve: Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?

Postby TJ » 04 Jan 2013

arjfca wrote:Hello

MC not in fault here. My AV Kaspersky had filled all empty space on the drive. Did uninstall the anti-Virus and re-install. My disk as found back all the free space that it had before

But same question remain. Can I have my data saved in another disk than the disk where reside the program?

Martin

It can be done; you have to edit the registry to redirect the database to a different location.
There is a post on what to edit, but I do not have the link. You can do a search to find it, or wait until Monday when the tech support returns.

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Re: Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?

Postby TJ » 04 Jan 2013

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Re: Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?

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Re: Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?

Postby arjfca » 07 Jan 2013

Henry MultiСharts wrote:You can also follow our wiki guide How to Move MultiCharts Database, Studies and Logs from C Drive

Hello Henry /TJ

Wiki instruction to move database: I don't find the registry : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\TS Support\MultiCharts\Databases\Portfolio

My system: Win 7 64. MC 32

Click Windows Start button.
Select Run.
Type regedit.
Press Enter.
Find the Path registry key in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\TS Support\MultiCharts\Databases\Portfolio
Change the path to new location of your database files.
Find the Path and CashePath registry keys in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\TS Support\MultiCharts\Databases\Storage
Change the paths to new location of your database files.
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Re: Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?

Postby Henry MultiСharts » 07 Jan 2013

Hi Martin,

Please check this path:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\TS Support\MultiCharts\Databases
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Re: Tick chart filled my SSD disk: Is it plausible?  [SOLVED]

Postby arjfca » 07 Jan 2013

Henry MultiСharts wrote:Hi Martin,

Please check this path:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\TS Support\MultiCharts\Databases

OK, I found the key... Will process with the modification

Martin :)


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