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gany59
Regular Advisor

disk is exceeds threshold value

what we do if the disk is exceeds threshold value say 90%.
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Re: disk is exceeds threshold value

Are you asking for a script to monitor it? You could try searching the forum.
Pete Randall
Outstanding Contributor

Re: disk is exceeds threshold value

You either reduce the usage by clearing out files no longer required or you expand the size of the area allocated.


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Pete
OldSchool
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Re: disk is exceeds threshold value

"what we do if the disk is exceeds threshold value say 90%."

well, the question, as posed, lacks meaning....depends on if exceeding the threshold value is would be indicative of a problem. on some of the standard filesystems, it wouldn't be an issue, as some just don't grow much, so you size them to what you need an forget it.

there is no context here to determine what should be done. it could be anything from "nothing" to "remove unneeded files" to "have the dba re-org the database"....
gany59
Regular Advisor

Re: disk is exceeds threshold value

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