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Registered: ‎08-09-2013

Total file system space usage 71.32% is above threshold warning 70.00%. Please free up some space.

Hello All

CMCNE v12.0.1

Error: Total file system space usage 71.32% is above threshold warning 70.00%. Please free up some space

Which file system or log should I be cleaning under windows 2003 server?

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Probable Cause N/A

Description Total file system space usage 71.32% is above threshold warning 70.00%. Please free up some space.

Count 1

Origin Application Event

Port Name N/A

Message ID N/A

First Event Server Time Fri Aug 02 14:55:41 CEST 2013

Fabric Name

Product Address N/A

Audit N/A

Category Management Server Event

Last Event Product Time Fri Aug 02 14:55:41 CEST 2013

Last Event Server Time Fri Aug 02 14:55:41 CEST 2013

Severity Warning

Source Name w7800111

Virtual Fabric ID N/A

Contributor None

Recommended Action N/A

First Event Product Time Fri Aug 02 14:55:41 CEST 2013

Node WWN

Operational Status Unknown

Source Address xx.xx.xx.4

Module Name System Monitor

Acknowledged No

Which file system or log should I be cleaning under windows 2003 server?

Please advise

Thanks

Chetan

Valued Contributor
Posts: 931
Registered: ‎12-30-2009

Re: Total file system space usage 71.32% is above threshold warning 70.00%. Please free up some space.

Cmcne is EMC's version of BNA, so this is not really the right forum.

That said does the source adress indeed belong to an w2003 server?

IF so check that server for any fs above the 70% threshold.

But to be honest i believe BNA is triggered because a san switch has breached the threshold for one of its filesystems.

How you should clean it has been described on this community before.

or perhaps i am wrong, please also read http://community.brocade.com/thread/9392

Frequent Contributor
Posts: 104
Registered: ‎07-27-2009

Re: Total file system space usage 71.32% is above threshold warning 70.00%. Please free up some space.

Look on this switch:

Source Name w7800111

Source Address xx.xx.xx.4

Log in via CLI and run "supportsave -R"

This will clear all core-dumps, and other remains of previous supportsave actions which might have failed.

Then login with the root account and run "cleanup". This makes sure all files and junk not needed/rleated to the running FOS level will be deleted.

Secondly make sure you run the latest supported code as per your vendor recommendation. The majority of these cases are related to due poor management and neglect which causes many bugs to affect the switch and overall SAN.

Regards,

Erwin van Londen

http://erwinvanlonden.net

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