Performance tricks when developing Sitecore solutions

When developing you want your solution to be as streamlined as possible, you don’t want to save logs and media files. To cut down in the size of the Sitecore development environment this is what you can do.
Open your web confic and look for this bit:

      <!-- Agent to cleanup work files -->
      <agent type="Sitecore.Tasks.CleanupAgent" method="Run" interval="06:00:00">
        <!-- Specifies files to be cleaned up.
             If rolling="true", [minCount] and [maxCount] will be ignored.
             [minAge] and [maxAge] must be specified as [days.]hh:mm:ss. The default value
             of [minAge] is 30 minutes.
             [strategy]: number of files within hour, day, week, month, year
             [recursive=true|false]: descend folders?
        -->
        <files hint="raw:AddCommand">
          <remove folder="$(dataFolder)/logs" pattern="log.*.txt" maxCount="20" minAge="7.00:00:00" />
          <remove folder="$(dataFolder)/viewstate" pattern="*.txt" maxAge="2.00:00:00" recursive="true" />
          <remove folder="/App_Data/MediaCache" pattern="*.*" maxAge="90.00:00:00" recursive="true" />
        </files>
      </agent>

Change all maxAge atribute to 01:00:00, this wil remove all older files when this agent runs. No more gigabytes of log files to bloat up your solution ,.. sweat (c;

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