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  1. treybraid
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  3. Sunday, 13 September 2015
i've already gone in and deleted all the records and cleared the cache....
[b]is it safe to delete the com_sobipro/var/xml files???[/b]
the size of that folder is 373mb... thanks trey
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ANYONE?????
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it is 'safe', but does not make sense. Trinity  
Dipl. Ing. Sigrid Suski, CEO & founder of Sigsiu.NET GmbH
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trinity why doesnt it make sense--- is it not deleting like it should when i clear the cache? please explain... ive noticed this xml buildup on a lot of my sites--both joomla 2.5 and 3 im not getting an email when the thread has been answered--- can you look into this... trey
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Hello,

What are these com_sobipro / var / xml files?

Can not delete them from my FTP. When I make a backup with Akeeba, it is endless because of the many xml files.

Thank you in advance for your answer.

Regards,
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clean the cache before you backup
Dipl. Ing. Sigrid Suski, CEO & founder of Sigsiu.NET GmbH
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clean the cache before you backup


Dear @Sigrid,
could you please provide a brief explanation about the original question, is it save to delete files from com_sobipro/var/xml?
Specifically why I'm asking, we are using GIT for the website, and try to understand if those files can be excluded from the repository, as well as com_sobipro/var/css/*, com_sobipro/var/js/*, com_sobipro/var/log/*?

Thank you in advance!
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These files are working files which speeds up SobiPro. As they change continuously, I would not include them in the repository.

Sigrid
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