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messages folder in /server/db80/messages is growing more than usual in last 2 days

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I ran omnidbutil -purge -messages 2 days or 5 days or 10 days and doesnt freeup space 

How can i clean up these

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Hello @Diego Biondo,

Check the largest files in the directories and use omnidb -session <SessionID> -report to find out what is written to the session reports. Stop the root cause in the related backup sessions.

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Sebastian Koehler

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Hello @Diego Biondo,

Check the largest files in the directories and use omnidb -session <SessionID> -report to find out what is written to the session reports. Stop the root cause in the related backup sessions.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

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  • Thanks Sebastian i will do this and let you know

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One additional question if these files doesnt growup anymore how can i delete them so that i can free up space in idb?

 

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Thanks Sebastian had to reboot windows cell manager left 2 processes stucked that make this message file grows up on and on

Appreciate your suggestion

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