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File system is getting full Frequently in Federated Portal

Hi

In my production federated portal the file system

File system /usr/sap/<SID>/JC01 -


is getting full 100% for every 30 minutes ,

what could be the reason for this behavior, this is happening since from 6 days

can I be assisted on this

Regards

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2009 at 07:36 AM

    for every 30 minutes ,

    Does it release space automatically? Or how can it refill after 30 minutes?

    Can you do this:

    cd /usr/sap/<SID>/JC01
    du -k | sort -n

    This will show you where the space is used, if you cannot see it yourself, then post the last 20 lines of the output here.

    Cheers Michael

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      Formatting would have been nice though 😉

      1470012 ./j2ee/cluster/server0/log/archive 
      1665496 ./j2ee/cluster/server1/log/archive 
      1681300 ./SDM/root/origin/sap.com 
      1730984 ./j2ee/cluster/server0/log 
      1856844 ./j2ee/cluster/server0/apps/sap.com 
      1878272 ./j2ee/cluster/server0/apps 
      1927368 ./j2ee/cluster/server1/log 
      2929664 ./SDM/root/origin 
      2931364 ./SDM/root 
      3314792 ./SDM 
      3881168 ./j2ee/cluster/server1 
      3943000 ./j2ee/cluster/server0 
      8094976 ./j2ee/cluster 
      9156032 ./j2ee 
      12878604 .
      

      This lists the space used per directory, for example the j2ee folder is 9gb and ./j2ee/cluster/server0 has 4gb. You will have to run the command, when the filessystem is full. But from the output above it is already clear, that you host a total of 3.5gb of logs (server1/log + server0/log). Read this post on how to change the log size independent from log levels:

      The content of the log/archive directories can be deleted, if you don't need the old logs anymore. Of course this is not an explanation why the filesystem is getting full from time to time. Remember to do the check, when the fs is full. You might as well check, if you can find big files at that time (>100mb)

       find /usr/sap/<SID>/JC01 -size +100000000c -exec ls -l {} \;

      Cheers Michael

  • Posted on Oct 26, 2009 at 07:47 AM

    Hi,

    Did you made any changes in log severity ?

    Thanks

    Anil

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  • Posted on Oct 27, 2009 at 07:31 AM

    Hi Siddhart,

    Pls find the below link to undertand the log sivirity concept.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/EN/e2/f410409f088f5ce10000000a155106/content.htm

    Thanks

    Anil

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  • Posted on Oct 27, 2009 at 08:45 AM

    Check - /usr/sap/SID/JC01/cluster/server0/log/archive/ and /usr/sap/SID/JC01/cluster/server1/log/archive/

    These directories contains the archives of defaulttrace files.

    The reason why this directory is getting full is because there is some error in your syste, which is constantly creating new 'defaulttrace' files and archiving the old ones.

    Check the defaultrace files for this error and correct it.

    Then your trace files wont be updated that fast.

    This is the best way to resolve this issue.

    If you want to ignore the real error and just resolve this problem, then follow the link in above post and turn OFF archiving of logs.

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2012 at 12:13 PM

    I assume the question as answered now.

    Thanks m ho and Thanks All for the Responses

    I have lost connectivity to issue ,To know, how it got solved

    Regards

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