How to free disk space db2 v6.1 Redhat 7.2, Websphere 3.5 
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 How to free disk space db2 v6.1 Redhat 7.2, Websphere 3.5

Received this error when trying to start Websphere..
FATAL Failed to create a data source: {0}
COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.DB2Exception: [IBM][CLI Driver] SQL1004C There is not
enough storage on the file system to process tthe command.

db2inst1 lives at /home/db2inst1, a df -sh showed that in fact /home
was at 100% capacity.  db2inst1 is taking up 2.4gb.  It appears that
the majority of the files are old and are not being accessed. The
/home/db2inst1/sqllib/db2dump folder has 621 files with a total size
of 1.8gb dating back to October of 2001.

Will I be shooting myself if I simply go into the folder and delete
things older than say 6 months?

Thanks....
Mike Bradley



Mon, 14 Nov 2005 01:29:19 GMT
 How to free disk space db2 v6.1 Redhat 7.2, Websphere 3.5

Quote:

> Received this error when trying to start Websphere..
> FATAL Failed to create a data source: {0}
> COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.DB2Exception: [IBM][CLI Driver] SQL1004C There is not
> enough storage on the file system to process tthe command.

> db2inst1 lives at /home/db2inst1, a df -sh showed that in fact /home
> was at 100% capacity.  db2inst1 is taking up 2.4gb.  It appears that
> the majority of the files are old and are not being accessed. The
> /home/db2inst1/sqllib/db2dump folder has 621 files with a total size
> of 1.8gb dating back to October of 2001.

This contains diagnostic information, and provided you're not having
any other issues it's safe to clean it up.  You might truncate the
db2diag.log file if it's large.  I generally like to archive the
contents of the sqllib/db2dump directory on a weekly basis.

Good luck,

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Mon, 14 Nov 2005 02:18:44 GMT
 
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