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/dev/sda2 disk space
#1
Hi, i have a little problem with my /dev/sda2 disk space, its always grow up and i don't know ho to free some space...

pandora402:/home/admin # df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs                58G  50G  5.2G  91% /
devtmpfs            1003M  100K 1003M  1% /dev
tmpfs                1006M  4.0K 1006M  1% /dev/shm
/dev/sda2              58G  50G  5.2G  91% /
/dev/sda3              20G  173M  19G  1% /home

How can i resolve this problem?
Thanks


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#2
Hello

Have you configured to run every day pandora_db.pl tool?

http://www.openideas.info/wiki/index.php...management

Regards
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#3
hi mario, i'm using the vm image and that script already exists on it!
i try to run the script but the result is always the same...

pandora402:/etc/cron.daily # df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs                58G  50G  5.2G  91% /
devtmpfs            1003M  100K 1003M  1% /dev
tmpfs                1006M  4.0K 1006M  1% /dev/shm
/dev/sda2              58G  50G  5.2G  91% /
/dev/sda3              20G  173M  19G  1% /home
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#4
Check your Setup - Performance configuration and decreases the days if you don't need so much information.

Then run pandora_db.pl, and check if decreases the size.

If you need a lot of information i recommend you a history database in other PC. (http://www.openideas.info/wiki/index.php...y_database)

Regards
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#5
I'd try to decrease the days and run the script but the free disk space don't change.

now i can decrease /dev/sda3 and assign some free space to /dev/sda2 but i don't know what i have to do if pandora continue to eats space.
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#6
Hello

Have you checked the pandora_console/attachment size?

http://openideas.info/wiki/index.php?tit...sole_Setup.

You can delete this temporaly files if this folder has very large size

Regards
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#7
Hi Mario, i'd deleted all the files in that directory but free space not increase...

[email protected]:~> df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs                58G  51G  4.4G  92% /
devtmpfs            1003M  100K 1003M  1% /dev
tmpfs                1006M  4.0K 1006M  1% /dev/shm
/dev/sda2              58G  51G  4.4G  92% /
/dev/sda3              20G  173M  19G  1% /home
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#8
Have you checked the pandora logs size ( /srv/www/htdocs/pandora_console/pandora_console.log, /var/log/pandora_server.log and  .error)?

Check if you have configurated verbosity to 10, in pandora_server.conf, and change it to 1.

Regards

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#9
nothing to do, the log flie is some KB and the verbosity is sets to 1

now i reduce /dev/sda3  and assign some other GB to /dev/sda2...
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#10
Hi

What is the space occupied by the pandora database?

You can see it with this query:
SELECT table_schema "Data Base Name", sum( data_length + index_length ) / 1024 / 1024 "Data Base Size in MB"
FROM information_schema.TABLES GROUP BY table_schema ;

Are you using this server to another function?

Regards
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