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TRANS directory

hi frnds,

what is the meaning of increasing the space in trans directory.

in which scenarios we increase the space in trans directory.

increasing the space means deleting the old log files or is there other way of increasing the space.

can anybody explain this concept in detail .

any links related to this will be truly appreciated.

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    Posted on May 26, 2008 at 11:42 AM

    Hi,

    Increasing the space in trans directory is nothing just to be on safer side in order to avoid transport stuck problem.Generally EPS/in consumes more space in trans directory.

    So you can go ahead and delete the contents of EPS/in directory which are not in the current buffer of the system.

    Ofcourse you can delete the old log files as well but not the files under tmp directory

    Hope it clarifies.

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      Hi

      Nobody, sitting on the other side can tell you how safe is your trans directory, you need to analyze this by yourself at OS level, that your file system having trans directory has sufficient space or not.

      I suppose regulary deleting files you mentioned would be sufficient, unless you perform tons of transport in a day.

      Regards

      Rahul

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    Posted on May 24, 2008 at 07:35 AM

    HI Mudari,

    Kinhdly follow the below link it will help you

    [http://docs.hp.com/en/T2803-90002/ch05s01.html]

    Regards,

    Gokul B

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 08:21 AM

    thanks all

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