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SpectroSERVER is running out of disk space, what are my options?

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Article ID: 109911

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Products

CA Spectrum

Issue/Introduction

SpectroSERVER is running out of disk space, what are my options to regain space?

Environment

Release: 20.2.x
Component: SPCCSS - SpectroSERVER Core

Resolution

First thing you may want to check is to see if you can get rid of any old files/database backups that you may no longer need. You can check the timestamps of these files to see if they are still relevant: These file include:

<SPECROOT>/SS-DB-Backup/*.SSdb.tgz
<SPECROOT>/SS/core*
<SPECROOT>/SS/support/*.dmp
<SPECROOT>/SS/DDM/support/*.dmp

You also can look at the DDMDB database and check the size of the tables. You can optimize these tables in order to reclaim disk space by following the steps in the link below:

https://knowledge.broadcom.com/external/article?articleId=38340


Finally, you can always gracefully shut down the Spectrum processes and add more disk space as needed.

Additional Information

If you have any further questions on this topic, please do not hesitate to reach out to CA Technical Support for assistance.