I've been using an 8.1.1 2-node VSIM for several months. Every few weeks I am faced with vol0 filling up. I've shutdown snapshots on vol0, disabled autosupport and when it happens I go into /mroot/etc/log and delete rotated log files and /autosupport files. I'll note that the ASUP files keep getting generated even though I've disabled asup.
Has anyone else encountered this and come up with a better strategy to deal with the issue?
lab-stor::> autosupport show (autosupport) Node State From To Mail Hosts --------------------- --------- ------------- ------------- ----------
Yes, I've increased my vol0 and aggr0. I think I've got quadruple the space now (4 data disks in aggr0 instead of the deafult of 1). But I suspect I've just pushed out the time when vol0 will fill up again with log files. On a normal system that runs 24x7 I presume log file rotation logic kicks in (midnight?) and keeps things trimmed. On a laptop based simulator environment the laptop is probably in my bag at midnight. That's why I'm looking for ways to deal with the issue.
If you login as diag and check out the /mroot directory you will find that there are three areas where alot of capacity is concentrated. With "du -sk *" you can search for these areas. This involves the autosupport , mlog and stats directory. Removing older files here will free up space dramatically. 🙂
I have configured the cluster mode (ip-43) with 2 nodes (IP-44 & 45) successfully. i have provided one IP(50) for SVM and network interface IP is 51. I have successfully opened the share folder with IP-50 & 51 but when i try to open the share folder with cluster IP(43) or 2 nodes IPs (44 and 45) then it can not be opened. All IPs ping properly.