I am mainly still working on Yosemite.
Because one of my Data drives got fuller much quicker than expected, I checked it with WhatSize and found a folder called DocumentRevisions-V100-bad-1 - size about 2 GB. After googling I found that it was obsolete (that’s why bad) and I could get rid of it.
Checking all my Data drives and partitions (old Mac Pro) I found 5 more of those “bad” folders but also invisible .DocumentRevisions-V100 folders on each of those drives, which I couldn’t manipulate in any way.
I quickly looked into one of the “bad” ones and saw several .sparkle files, but deleted it anyway thinking that I would inspect the “non bad” ones - which is just impossible!
My question: Why do I have so many large invisible, unmanagable folders - one on each drive (even without OS on it)? Does it have anything to do with Sparkle? And if so, is there a solution to avoid this?
Does anyone of you Sparkler out there have a .DocumentRevisions-V100 folder on your data drive? Or am I the only one?
PS: All those folders were created either in October or November of last year. They didn’t exist before. Only the one in the Yosemite (OS) Drive is older.