Cant remove old updating log file
Ex: first you have to delete the old plugin than update If you have SSH access to your blog Login your site via SSH.
Use SSH commands to nagivate “../wp-content/plugins/”. type the given command to see all files and folders in the plugin folder Search for the particular plugin folder in the list.
) Even as an Administrator, I can not delete the files.
I haven't found settings controlling the size and number of the log files, so I am posting in this forum looking for assistance. Hi travel_rob, you did post in the right section of the forum regarding issues with the Clam AV module. Clam AV "is eating up a lot of disk space" with the log files!
You may be able to delete these files manually but Immunet must first be completely disabled.However, this just shows files you can delete with your current user account’s permissions. You’ll see the maximum amount of data you can delete at the top of the window, and how much space you’ll actually save at the bottom.Assuming you have administrator access to the computer, you’ll want to click “Clean Up System Files” to view a complete list of files you can delete. Click “OK” after you’re done selecting data and Disk Cleanup will delete the types of data you want to remove. You could enable debugging in order to see the original error which triggered the more generic one you've seen if you want to work with a better view of the world. Word Press does not display OS level errors by default but this is most definitely a permission issue on your plugins folders in your site's wp-content/plugins.