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Available Space in Root - 0 bytes

Hello,

We are running TIE 2.3.1, and we noticed an error under Server Settings -> TIE server Topology Management. The database and storage section has an Error - TIE Server database is not operating in optimal conditions. When I expand the details I can see that Available space in Root is 0 bytes which I assume is the problem. The database size is 305 MB and the Available Space for Data is 119 GB, any idea why we might be getting this error, and more importantly, is there an article explaining how we can fix this as I was not able to find anything on the Internet?

Thank you in advance!

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Re: Available Space in Root - 0 bytes

@Ufoto The Health check indicates an error/warning if 1GB or less space is available in the root drive.

Run the df -h command and see the utilization. Based on the mounted volumes you could clear any old content if available.

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Re: Available Space in Root - 0 bytes

To see the top 20 directories and files that are using the space, use the following command:

du  -ah --exclude="data" / | sort -h -r | head -n 20

 

From there you can investigate each directory or file to see what is consuming most of the space.

 

If you want to clear some space that won’t harm TIE Server operations, you can remove the archived TIE Server log files with the following:
rm /var/McAfee/tieserver/logs/tieserver.log.*
rm /var/McAfee/tieserver/logs/tieserver-start.log.*
check /apps and remove old tieserver-<version>.mlos*.rpm files

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