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auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

Rosli Osman
Occasional Advisor

auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

i have enabled audsys on a 11.23 SAP app servers with the log going to a FS @ 1GB. Today, users are unable to login via SAPGUI when the FS goes 100% or so SAP folks claimed. But when the FS is cleaned up, the access issue disappear.
Anybody has this happening before?
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

Shalom,

Looks like a simple file space management issue.

The file system either needs to be expanded or managed so it never gets filled.

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Rosli Osman
Occasional Advisor

Re: auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

Hi Steven, my sentiments exactly. The size has been increased already.

My question is more on why FS 100% is affecting SAPGUI logon. I am more looking into the root cause and if there is anything that I can do to ensure that such logon will not be affected when any FS is 100%.
T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

YOu need to check if the user home directories are placed on the FS which goes 100% or if their SAP profile is dependent on that FS.
Eric Antunes
Honored Contributor

Re: auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

Hi,

As Manikandan said, a filesystem 100% used means users cannot add new files or update/increase existing files.

You should do some housekeeping on that fs and always prevent your fs's from reaching this point.

Best Regards,

Eric Antunes
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Rosli Osman
Occasional Advisor

Re: auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

Hi thanks all.
Just so all know, we also had 100% FS on another application (Peoplesoft) which was not affected. So I have to assume that SAPGUI needs some form of space to use.

Anyway, the oracle or SID homedirectory are located differently from the affected FS.

I will close this for now.
Rosli Osman
Occasional Advisor

Re: auditing FS 100% causes SAP user unable to logon via SAPGUI

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