Exinda Warning "System Disk Full".
- Cannot upgrade firmware.
- Monitoring data is not available.
- System is slow
- Dump/Garbage files created due to a process not being handled properly.
- Process Failure.
- Hardware Reboot/Firmware Upgrade.
- Version 7 creating multiple copies of Jboss instances.
Go to System > Setup > Storage and format the partition for which the error has triggered.
If you cannot find the partition under warning then please contact Exinda support.
Try and delete all sysdumps, snapshots and TCP Dumps.
Note: Please contact Exinda Support if the disk is still not free.
To find files which might be taking up disk space check the root directory space using
"df -h". Find out which partition is almost full. Generally, it is
You can remount
/var onto a temporary folder somewhere and then try and find out what is filling it up.
Steps to mount
mount /dev/sda9 /tmp/remount
and then to unmount the partition after looking for the biggest files in it use -
To check the size of the biggest files mounted in
du -x /var | sort -rn | head -20