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Maincore.php on line 72

Hosting creates a folder .cagefs/tmp . This folder .cagefs/tmp grows more than the site itself. Appealed to the hosting support service, they say this folder creates the engine PHP-Fusion . If you delete this folder, the site goes to nirvana. If you delete the contents of this folder, it takes a long time. I deleted this folder, hosting support services restored it, but this window appears.

How can I limit this folder?

Closed maincore.php on line 72 // session_start ();
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Did you delete the servers temp folder?, it must exist for sessions, temp upload files etc.
All sessions should auto destroy after 48h, but naturally it will grow with large amount of visitors.
Try logout and login again to recreate the session.
In which directory, you can reduce this limit?
You can't. It's an embedded security measure. For each form loaded, the field settings are secretly created on your server side. It contains all the rules for each field. Any non empty $_POST variable goes to compare and validate accordingly, and if just 1 is missing or tampered, the whole site will stop. That, is one of the primary feature of 9 - automatic sanitization. We're covering all possible input types - email, tel, name, address, url, date, etc. It all depends on $_SESSION must start.
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