Oracle actually setup the scripts for us when they build our solution
Jack van Zanen
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On Thu, Oct 31, 2019 at 1:52 PM Chris Taylor <
You know what's interesting/infuriating? I actually opened an SR asking
if Oracle provided scripts to maintain the output files and they told me
no. There are two scripts in the replies that are both referenced by
Oracle (either in support or in the Oracle docs) and yet neither was
referenced by the tech I was assigned.
On Wed, Oct 30, 2019, 8:31 PM Leng <lkaing@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Alert.log, listener.log, $Oracle_home/rdbms/log doesn’t get deleted by
Adcri so it’s still manual intervention or scripts 😟
On 31 Oct 2019, at 2:08 am, William Beldman <wbeldma@xxxxxx> wrote:but we
We don't have Exadata Cloud so I can't comment on how that compares
sometimes have to manually purge some of that content if we get asudden flood
Otherwise, is it possible your retention policy is too long and not
Also, in our case, the default Exadata deployment left a lot of unused
space behind. We had to use the LVM commands to allocate that space to/u01
which gave us a lot more breathing space.and I
On Monday October 28 2019 11:19:05 AM Chris Taylor wrote:
We've got an Exadata Cloud at Customer machine in our data center now
nodesthe amount of logs/trc/aud/etc files generated throughout the system is
quite the marvel.
I'm curious if anyone has an automated script to keep their Exadata
filesystems ascleaned up and wouldn't mind sharing?
I'll write my own if needed but if someone has one they're particularly
proud of, I'd be grateful to not have to start from scratch.
We only have access to DomU so its just a matter of keeping
clean as possible such as: