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some large files in /var/opt/psb/db/pgsql/base/<directories> (HPUX 11.31, 11/09)

Kasper_USB
Frequent Advisor

some large files in /var/opt/psb/db/pgsql/base/<directories> (HPUX 11.31, 11/09)

Hello

 

I've found some Files there which are about 1GB in size.

 

Could be postgres DB-files from Installation of ProviderSvcsCore.SMPGSQL*

 

But i do not found in docs how i can keep the size small /var is part of the root-vg.

 

Feebacks are welcome.

 

regards OK

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Sven Bergmann
Frequent Advisor

Re: some large files in /var/opt/psb/db/pgsql/base/<directories> (HPUX 11.31, 11/09)

...seems like a bug in older SFM Versions.

 

To resolve this problem i've done the following steps:

 

1.) cimprovider -ls > /tmp/cimprovider_orig

 

2.)  Stop psbdb

 

     #/sbin/init.d/psbdb stop

 

3.)  Delete the database.

 

      #cd /var/opt/psb/db

      #rm -r pgsql

 

4.) Reconfigure ProviderSvcsBase .

 

    #swconfig -x reconfigure=true -x autoselect_dependencies=false ProviderSvcsBase

 

5.) Reconfigure SysFaultMgmt and all other providers that has its own database.

 #swconfig -x reconfigure=true -x autoselect_dependencies=false SysFaultMgmt  WBEMP-FCP SAS-                                 PROVIDER RAIDSA-PROVIDER WBEMP-Storage

 

6.) cimprovider  -ls > /tmp/cimprovider_new

 

7.) Check that cimserver_orig and cimserver_new have the same number of providers listed

 

8.) Send test events

 

    # sfmconfig -t -a

 

9.) Check if the test events were logged

 

   # evweb eventviewer -L -x