Depends, what’s there ? that dir is used by the appservers, so i wouldn’t advise just deleting randomly. You can use the blcli Delete cleanupAllAppServerCaches.
I have acquired the credential and then I typed below command
>>blcli Delete cleanAppServerCache
No authentication profile name specified. For blcli please include '-v <profile
name>' or set the environment variable "BL_AUTH_PROFILE_NAME". For blcli_connect
, please run 'blcli_setoption serviceProfileName <profile name>'
>>blcli -v defaultProfile Delete cleanAppServercache
Unknown command : name space = 'Delete', command = 'cleanAppServerCache'.com.bla
delogic.om.infra.cli.factory.CommandNotFoundException: Name space : Delete has n
o commands by name : cleanAppServerCache
NOTE: I have got only one app server and I am executing this command by login to this app server.
I have amended the command with correct keyword as cleanupAppServerCache. but still it shows as below
>>blcli -v defaultProfile Delete cleanupAppServerCache
Unknown command : name space = 'Delete', command = 'cleanupAppServerCache'.com.b
ladelogic.om.infra.cli.factory.CommandNotFoundException: Could not find any inst
ance of command "Delete,cleanupAppServerCache" with expected number of arguments
Any suggestion on thie?
i'd also look in the tmp dir - what sub directories are consuming space.
I have a similar issue. During Audit run overnight Appserver crashed and now there are large number of .snp file in ..\storage\tmp folder, taking up 3.5 GB. Can we delete these files manually to free up disk space?
We are running BSA 8.6 SP1, and we are running low on diskspace on file server.
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the files may not get cleaned up if the appserver crashed in the middle of the job. the safest thing would be to stop all the appservers and then clear up the /tmp location.
Thanks, that is a good insight in to how Snapshot, Audit and Compliance jobs work.
From my experimenting found:
"blcli Delete cleanupAppServerCache" cleans <APPSERVER>\nsh\tmp and bnp folders
"blcli Delete cleanupFileServer" cleans <FILESERVER>\storage\tmp
In any case it was not clearing *.snp files so going to do it manuall as Bill suggests.