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How to free disk space that is filling - SEP 12.1

Created: 11 Sep 2013 • Updated: 12 Sep 2013 | 5 comments's picture
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 I have 2 consoles and frequently the disk space fills.

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.Brian's picture

How many content revisions are you keeping? How big is your disk to begin with? See these:

Managing log data in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM)

Article:TECH90856  |  Created: 2008-01-13  |  Updated: 2012-04-20  |  Article URL

How to free up space on the SEPM

Article:TECH163063  |  Created: 2011-06-23  |  Updated: 2012-08-26  |  Article URL

Low Disk Space issues encountered on systems running either the Symantec Endpoint Protection client or the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager

Article:TECH153952  |  Created: 2011-02-22  |  Updated: 2013-06-07  |  Article URL

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Glenn Jacobs's picture

I think his problems is (like we all have i think) is that that disk gets full if you don't keep an eye on it.

We have 100gb disk and around 15gb free. But alot of time is goes down to 5gb. Restarting the apache service(or restartings helps alot). acces.log file get very big its automatically removed bij restarting the service or de server. (For us it was 11gb Last month :/) But i think last reboot was 5-6 months before this.We keep our revisions around 25.

We don't have big problems but we came from 40gb disk 2 years ago.. :P

pete_4u2002's picture

looks like you have enabled the logging to finest. if yes, remove the line.

Also you can disable the access log from tomcat

refer te document

# the line to disable it and restart the SEPM services.

Glenn Jacobs's picture

logging is normal, we didn't change anything about it I think. But it was just logging for 5-6 months and 11gb was the max we have seen... And there are alot of connections to our server (we have more then 2000 clients) and 11gb.