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Witness ContactStore - 100% occupied "/" partition

Witness ContactStore - 100% occupied "/" partition

Witness ContactStore - 100% occupied "/" partition

Hello everyone,

I have recently installed a new Witness ContactStore system with a 145GB hard disk.  We are monitoring 30 agents using G.729. Initial tests were OK. The "/calls" & "/var" partitions are OK. From the moment we started using the system we noticed that the "/" partition fills up very quickly (within 24 hours). A reboot drops the occupied space on this partition from 100% to 75%.

Does anybody know how the system uses the "/" partition ? I have searched every document available on the Avaya support site but found nothing specific on this..

Any help would be appreciated.




RE: Witness ContactStore - 100% occupied "/" partition

Sounds like debug is on or something? Have you check to ensure it's off?

RE: Witness ContactStore - 100% occupied "/" partition


Who installed the recorder?  It sounds like the log files have been left in the / directory instead of being moved to another directory.  How have your scsi disks been partioned?



RE: Witness ContactStore - 100% occupied "/" partition

You can always delete log files unless they are needed...

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