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    Angry Apache Diskusage.


    Hi, i'm running Apache with Orcle in Linux env.

    disk usage was 100% but we are not able to find solution;after that i plan to restart the server.

    so i stop all the apps one by one; first i stop apache. after that diskusage comes to 41%.So looks like apache utlize diskspace.

    can i know how to disable diskusage in apache ??

    need help on this.

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    this command will give you a top 10 list of your largest directories
    du -k / | sort -n | tail -10

    I would make sure its apache and not something else, like oracle temp dirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jledhead View Post
    this command will give you a top 10 list of your largest directories
    du -k / | sort -n | tail -10

    I would make sure its apache and not something else, like oracle temp dirs.
    Thanks for your reply. i agree wiht you; but after restart apache diskspace show low and icheck meminfo all shows normal.

    RK

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    I guess if it happens again run the command I posted above before restarting apache.

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