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Error: Not enough disk space available

Hi All

We are working on SAP E SOurcing 5.1/ CLM2 0. I tried posting a script but when I clicked on "Save", I got the error "Not Enough Disk Space Available". Also when I discarded the changes, all the previously existing script also got deleted somehow. What could be the possible solution to this problem. Kindly suggest

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Mudit Saini

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    Posted on May 24, 2011 at 06:31 AM

    Hi

    Following is the log from the application:

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    timestamp priority facility class method thread sessionid username exception stacktrace

    2011-05-21 01:23:35.683 INFO local4 DefaultServer start() RequestHandler.RqThread: tb_script *** Frictionless SRM

    2011-05-21 01:23:35.683 INFO local4 DefaultServer start() RequestHandler.RqThread: tb_script *** start time = 19 May 2011 06:20:15 GMT

    2011-05-21 01:23:35.683 INFO local4 DefaultServer start() RequestHandler.RqThread: tb_script *** app server timezone: Central European Time (Europe/Paris)

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    It seems the thread "RequestHandler.RqThread: tb_script" is causing the issue. Any ideas how to kill this thread

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    Mudit Saini

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