A while ago I was getting notices from Skyline Health that the log volume was over 70% full. I had opened a SR with VMware and was given these 2 one liners to run :
find /storage/log/vmware/ -mtime +1 -type f -name "localhost_access*" | while read file; do rm "$file" ; done
find /storage/log/vmware/ -mtime +1 -type f -name "catalina*log" | while read file; do rm "$file" ; done
The issue I am having is these seem to only clean logs down to 60% and within a few weeks I get the Skyline warning that the logs are over 70%. This seems to be happening at a faster interval these days.
Is there anything else I can purge here ? @depping
No idea to be honest why this happens, I would suggest getting support looking at it. Seen this before, and back then it was WCP filling the logs, but that problem was solved a while back. I would recommend by the way upgrading to 7.0.3, various issues been solved in that release.
Thank you for taking the time to reply to me. I had a session with support yesterday. We crawled through most folders and could not really find a lot of extra things to clean up. In the end, the tech suggested that I follow the KB to add an extra 10GB to my /storage/log volume and then resize it.
My DR vCenter was just upgraded to 7.0.3G for vCenter and all is well after 2 weeks, so I think I will plan to get prod pushed to the same build in the next week.