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no free space in /usr/sap

Hi all,

one of the drive in server /usr/sap is 100% full. it is AIX base system.

i want to check which file is consuming hom much space in that particular drive kindly help o

Thanx in advance

Koushal

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 09:28 AM

    hi Koushal,

    Please try

    du -h

    regards,

    chandru.

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      Hi Koushal,

      Execute the below command to get which directories occupying the most space

      du -sh * | sort -nr

      If /usr/sap/<SID> is occupying the most space check for the core file in the work directory and try to reset old trace files if not required ( using SM50)

      or try to delete old stat files from ST03N

      If /usr/sap/trans is occupying the most space then try to delete already applied support packs from /usr/sap/trans/EPS/in directory

      Regards,

      Raj

  • Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 09:40 AM

    I´d run a small script like

    cd /usr/sap
    for i in `ls`; do du -h; done

    Then check the output and step in to the directory with the biggest size and run the same again

    Markus

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