I'm using puppetdb-4.0.0-1.el7 (open source) and over time the ActiveMQ 
part of it has been saving a bunch of logs 
under /opt/puppetlabs/server/data/puppetdb/mq, and there does not appear to 
be any built-in log rotation, at least in the version I am using. After 
using this puppetdb a couple months, this is the sizing I observe:

   - 6.5GB = /opt/puppetlabs/server/data/puppetdb/mq/localhost/scheduler
   - 2GB = /opt/puppetlabs/server/data/puppetdb/mq/discard

The only solution I found online is 
this: https://docs.puppet.com/puppetdb/4.2/trouble_kahadb_corruption.html. 
The workaround there is to rename the mq directory and restart puppetdb, 
but it is intended as a troubleshoot, and I am seeking to save disk space 
and avoid regular puppetdb restarts.

What files are safe to delete? Is this still a problem if I upgrade to 
puppetdb 4.2?

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