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Our DCE 7.4.1 appliance is alerting that /var is >95% full. How can we address that without console login credentials?

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Our DCE 7.4.1 appliance is alerting that /var is >95% full. How can we address that without console login credentials?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Todd Wyman on 2018-04-23


Our DCE 7.4.1 appliance is alerting that /var is >95% full.  How can we address that without console login credentials?

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Re: Our DCE 7.4.1 appliance is alerting that /var is >95% full. How can we address that without console login credentials?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Steven Marchetti on 2018-04-23


Hi Todd,

 

If this is a VM and you have not added a secondary drive to increase storage, that's the first suggestion I would make, Otherwise, you'll need to contact technical support directly. They will have to help you through a remote session. Once done, you'll want to upgrade to DCE 7.5 where this issue has been addressed.

 

Steve.

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