Index file consuming drive space
We are having quite a serious issue whereby a single index file created by HyperBac is in a constant state of growth and is totally consuming any free space on the drive.
HyperBac is storing these files on the C drive of the machine as i assume this is the default location as part of the install.
Index file is in:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Red Gate\HyperBac\indexes
Other processes that require space on the C drive are now prevented from completeing there operations. the index file is presently at 125GB and is only stopped due to lack for free space on the drive.
Can anyone advise whether these index files can be removed and how they are being used?