If the MobiLink server does not have enough memory in cache to store upload and download data, it will page data out to the temporary file (TEMP\_T### files).
The file should be removed when the MobiLink server is properly shut down.
But if the MobiLink server process or entire OS is crashing, it is possible that we are not given a chance to remove this file.
As the result, the temporary files of MobiLink server is left and the next started MobiLink server generates a new temporary file and finally it can ran out of disk space.
Or when the MobiLink server with a small cache tries to upload/download a lot of data and the TEMP disk space is small, the temporary file will run out of disk space itself.
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