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Linux outof space [message #61200] Mon, 05 April 2004 04:19 Go to next message
Bharath Kumar ,V
Messages: 18
Registered: February 2004
Junior Member
Hallo,

I've one IDE HDD (Not a RAID box),with Oracle 9iR2 (SuSE Linux 8.0).

and I've the following partitions

/
/boot
/usr
/opt
/var

I've installed Oracle in /opt partitions , this partitions has been fulled(no space left), so that I'm not able to start the Oracle server.

How do I recover the oracle data and restore the oracle server. Could you please help me out regarding this issue.
Re: Linux outof space [message #61206 is a reply to message #61200] Mon, 05 April 2004 05:40 Go to previous message
Thiru
Messages: 1089
Registered: May 2002
Senior Member
Try to cleanup *unwanted* files from the Oracle installation
- user/server process trace files ( user_dump_dest)
- background process trace files (background_dump_dest)
- trim the alert.log ( background_dump_dest)
- core dumps ( core_dump_dest)
- audit files ($ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/audit/*.aud)
- network trace files($ORACLE_HOME/network/trace)
- trim network log files($ORACLE_HOME/network/log)
- unnecessary backup Oracle binaries ($ORACLE_HOME/bin/*0)
etc

-Thiru
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