Customize the location of Sharegate logs and data
Customize the location of Logs / Data cache / Migration Reports / etc.
- To avoid disk full on C:
- For backup purposes
- To use a central location for sharing
Dwayne MacIsaac commented
I am surprised that this option has not been implemented yet.
We currently are using ShareGate on one device with 5 users. Unfortunately, each task completed is located in the user profile for the user that created the task. We need a way to configure ShareGate to place the tasks in a common location, to allow all users to see what tasks have been been completed, running, or scheduled to be executed. So if a user that created the task is away or another users takes over the task, the new user can see the results and/or execute the task.
Dwayne MacIsaac commented
We currently are using ShareGate on one device with 5 users.
Unfortunately, each task completed is located in the user profile for the user that created the task.
Is there a way to configure ShareGate to place the tasks in a common location, to allow all users to see what tasks have been been completed, running, or scheduled to be executed?
Myself and two other analysts in my group use ShareGate. We all experience the following. When upgrading and/or installing from scratch, the ShareGet applications gets installed in %localappdata% but DOZENS of files get dumped into the C:\ folder and left there. I'm assuming the installer unzips into c:\ and then does not or cannot remove the files after the install is complete.
We're currently migrating a large amount of data. Unfortunately, since Sharegate stores this on the C drive we're running the risk of the disk running out of space (we're currently at 98% utilisation!). The option to move this to another disk would be very useful.
It would be very helpful to allow sharing of the task - report results - such that tasks can be delegated to a team when a large farm is being reported upon
To allow users to be able to store/move ShareGate related local files such as local cache, applicationlogs etc, to a non-system drive.
Mathieu Delisle commented
In some cases, particularly on servers, the c:\ drive doesn't have much space. I'd like to be able to move the Sharegate folder under AppData somewhere else.
currently the applications logs are always saved in the userprofile (ie. C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Sharegate\ApplicationLogs, even if you install ShareGate on another disk (d: for example). However when you try to migrate a huge bach of users with big homefolders to OneDrive, the Application log directory is growing, so the c: drive of the server with ShareAGte runs full. We need a way to store the application logs on a different disk, so we can unload the c:\drive.
Offer to automatically upload app logs to a SharePoint library for backup purposes. Right now they're all kept on the system drive of the computer on which they run, not a safe place for them if my computer dies.