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Duminda_SAT
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GATEWAY / partition getting filled due to cpda.rpm increase. please advice how to clear the file.

Gateway root Partition getting filled due to cpda.rpm increase. please advice how to clear this file, is it okay to use rm -r /CPda.rpm 

 

ls -l output in "/" location. 

-rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 28113989 Mar 25 2021 CPda.rpm

 

Thank you,

Duminda Lakmal. 

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Where did you get this file from ?  CP Deployment Agent installer usually is very small...

CCSE CCTE CCSM SMB Specialist
Duminda_SAT
Contributor

Yes, CPda very small file but in this device i have notified entire "/" (root partition) filled. due to this file, this was located on root partition not any folder  "/cpda.rpm " 

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What was the content - i doubt this is a rpm. Would be important which process(es) created and wrote to the file.

CCSE CCTE CCSM SMB Specialist
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 First of all, we need to discover which files in the /var/log partition is taking up a large amount of space.

 this command can be used to check which files or directories are consuming the highest space
# du -h --max-depth=1 /var/log | sort -n -r

In the above , the /var/log/ is taken as an example



Furthermore, you can refine the search by specifying a sub-directory of the /var/log path:
# du -h --max-depth=1 /var/log/CPbackup | sort -n -r



Here's another tip for discovering large files:

find /var/log/ -type f -size +250M -exec ls -lh {} \;

That command will find files above 250MB, however, you can easily modify it to find files of a smaller size.

However, if logs are taking up a lot of space, the old ones could be migrated to another machine.

For information on migrating log files, refer to sk92440 - Move log files off Security Management Server for viewing at a later time

http://supportcontent.checkpoint.com/solutions?id=sk92440

In the case you would need to store those log files in a compressed format, you can use the previous sk (sk92440) with the tar command:

# tar cvf

For example:
# tar czvf logfile 2017-05-29* (a day)
# tar czvf logfile 2017-05* (a month)
# tar czvf logfile *.log (all logs)

Should you be unsure about deleting any specific files in /var/log, please open a TAC ticket

However, we suspect that you probably have large files in the following directories (which can be safely migrated or moved):

/var/log/CPda/repository/
/var/log/CPbackup/

 

Please open a TAC ticket to check further 

Duminda_SAT
Contributor

Thank you so much, Albrecht & Amogha,

I will open a TAC Case.

Thank you,

Duminda Lakmal

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