Please review the data retention/compression settings for your UDR data.
Reducing the amount of UDR data in uncompressed format you can save disk space.
Compressing more recent UDR data can also save you space.
The following is the best practices document for UNIX, but the UDR data deletion and compression setting are the same.
Compress data older than X days*
Delete data older than X days*)
In addition, there is a setting of how long to keep the Windows Manager output directory, but usually this is the default (7 days and does not need to be changed).
I was reviewing my Schedule run and found out that I am retrieving a lot of log file due to which I am facing space concern.
1.So, leaving out .an and .anlog, Can I delete every others log after 7 days ?
2.Also should I check mark the compress data older than 3 days option ?
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Re:So, leaving out .an and .anlog, Can I delete every others log after 7 days ?
No, these are deleted right away since they are temporary.
I select everything but .analog (if analysis is required).
Re:check mark the compress data older than 3 days option ?
Both will reduce disk space.
So, final conclusion is leaving out .analog, Select all the item along with Compress Data older than 3 days which will help to reduce disk space.
We upgraded BMC Truesight to 11.5.01 and again we are having space issue on our Gateway Server. Any guidance or suggestion would be appreciated.
Have you identified what is taking up the space and where?
Is if vis files? UDR files? Output directory?
The setting to reduce the space depends on what is taking up the space.
There are tools on Windows to analyze what and where the space is being used.
In the past I used a SpaceMonger tool(Shareware), but other tools directly from Microsoft (via sysinternals) are available. (like du)