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Linux root partition 100% [message #493937] Thu, 10 February 2011 10:48 Go to next message
smunir362
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It is not Oracle Database Problem. It is only Linux Server problem...
Some days ago My linux server was running well. One day at night power down and restore and Morning I run the command on my server.
#df -h
(it show / 100%) How can I overcome this problem.....
My database running well no problem with database function.
Re: Linux root partition 100% [message #493939 is a reply to message #493937] Thu, 10 February 2011 10:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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Well,
You can delete some files Smile
Re: Linux root partition 100% [message #493945 is a reply to message #493939] Thu, 10 February 2011 11:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
smunir362
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which files
/ 100%.
/boot OK
/oracle OK
/data OK
/backup OK
Upone investigation i have come to know that
/proc 14G and /proc/kcore is 14G.....
Re: Linux root partition 100% [message #493949 is a reply to message #493945] Thu, 10 February 2011 11:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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It is your server. You should know which files should be deleted.
Talk your sysadmin before you proceed to do any more harm.
Re: Linux root partition 100% [message #493952 is a reply to message #493949] Thu, 10 February 2011 11:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
smunir362
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We have no sysadmin I am only responsible (all in all) for this server. I never seen this problem before...
Re: Linux root partition 100% [message #493958 is a reply to message #493952] Thu, 10 February 2011 11:27 Go to previous message
Mahesh Rajendran
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Good luck then.
/proc is not a regular directory and definitely not to be messed with.
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