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Nov 15, 2012 at 11:15 AM

Root directory reached 80% use level in Production system

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Dear Team,

We have a native SUSE cluster Production system with DB ands CI on

different servers.

The root directory ‘/’ has reached 80% level in Prodcution CI.

We are planning to do clean up of the directories to bring down the Use

% of root directory.

Please let us know which files can be zipped/deleted that will bring

down the Use % below 80%.

We could also find 3 cores file in ‘/’ directory occupying 101.59 GB. Please let us know will there may any impact on the Production system if we delete the core files as per SAP NOTE : 39261.

Also will the Use % of root directory go below 80% on deleting core files.

Some other files that have occupied more disk space are as below with below snap shots:

524300 61684 -rw-rw---- 1 oraprd dba 63091866 Oct 16 2005 /oracle/PRD/102_64/

352515 95576 -rwxr-xr-x 1 oraprd dba 97764785 Oct 24 2005 oracle/stage/102_64/companion

124063 57172 -rwxr-xr-x 1 oraprd dba 58480835 Oct 23 2005 oracle/stage/102_64/gateways/

114758 55060 -rw-r--r-- 1 oraprd dba 56320000 Aug 14 2011 /oracle/stage/Jul_2011_PSU.tar

114705 68592 -rwxrwxr-x 1 oraprd dba 70161719 Feb 24 2006 /oracle/client/10x_64/

Attached is the snap shots.

Also let us know if you require any extra information.

Please revert at the earliest.

Regards

Imaan

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