I am running cDOT simulator in local system. The vol0 is getting full daily, I dont have any storage space to increase volume size and I have disabled Autosupport, Audit log.. etc.. I am bored of deleting indivudual files manually in /etc/log. Instead I want to mount the vol0 of node in any unix host and delete the logs regularly by running script.
No, it is not possible. Please check your suggested solutions beforehand. a) vol0 is a 7mode volume and cannot be modified with most cdot commands b) vol0 is owned by the "node" vserver which cannot do NFS (only data vserver can do file protocols) c) you would need a data LIF to mount the volume, which cannot be created for node vservers ...and probably a dozen more reasons why it cannot work regards -Michael
Hi You can collect them through your browser also. type clustername/spi/ then you have to enter username and password after that you can access the logs. Please find the below screenshots for your reference.