Is it safe to delete
C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server \100\SetupBootstrap\Update Cache in SQL Server 2008 SP3 after SP3 installation.
It creates around 1.5 GB of backup of Service Packs.
And also is it safe to delete
C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server \100\SetupBootstrap\Logs.
We will not be unistallating and will not be doing repair on our machines.
It looks like it's not a good idea to delete the 'Update Cache' files without backing them up somewhere first, however the 'Logs' files should be ok to delete (best to take a backup to be on the safe side in case you need them for future reference)
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