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Sysload Analyst: RedisQFork*.dat filling up System disk

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Article ID: 186810

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Products

CA Automic Sysload

Issue/Introduction

The folder C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Redis contain many RedisQFork_xxxx.dat files filling up the disk.

 

Cause

Sysload Analyst Database (Redis) uses as database Redis which creates these temporary files for Caching purposes and seems not to delete them after being no longer necessary.

Environment

Release : 5.8
Component : SYSLOAD
Subcomponent: Sysload Analyst (Web)

Resolution

Delete/move old RedisQFork_xxxx.dat files from C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Redis

Additional Information

If Sysload Analyst (Web Console) is not being used, you can shutdown the Windows Associated Service.