Hi, I have a question about perf data files under /opt/NTAPdfm/perdata
I tried to upgrade DFM4.0 to OnCommand 5.0.2. At the beginning, the system asked if back up the database.
Then it requires 20.8GB to backup the database but only 6.5 GB is available. So the upgrade is failed.
Space required: 20.8 GB, space available: 6.49 GB.
I went through the directories under /opt/NTAPdfm and aware that /opt/NTAPdfm/perdata consumes 42GB.
Now I have a question. If I move perf_xx_xx_xx files under /opt/NTAPdfm/perdata to temporary space on the other disk and upgrade the DFM to OnCommand.
Then copy back them to /opt/NTAPdfm/perdata, the old performance data retains after upgrading?
Is there any way to shrink those huge perf data files efficiently and safely? I saw many perf_xx_xx files over 2-4 GB.
Thank you in advance.