Error: There is insufficient free space on disk volume

Hello All,
I am trying to add Appset and getting this error:
Error message:There is insufficient free space on disk volume 'E:\' to create the database. The database requires XXXXX additional free bytes, while only yyyyy bytes are available.
My question is :
Why I get this message although I didn't check the data or any other option when trying to copy my production AppSet?
XXXX required is the size of my production AppSet DB.
Can anyone please help?
Best regards,
Mahmoud

Hi Santosh,
Thanks for your answer.
I am sorry I don't understand well what did you mean.
What I wanted to say is that DataBase creation failed so AppSet copy has failed and this is due to lack of disk space as mentioned in the error message.
If this would be clearer my question would be :
- What is the minimum free disk space needed to create an "empty" AppSet? Empty means no options checked in the copy Appset wizard.
FYI: I use BPC 7.0 SP8 SQLServer 2008
Thank you for your help.
Best Regards
Mahmoud

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