I've an issue LogDisk Exhaustion on vcenter.
In the Vcenter administration interface I have the LOG partition full.
As soon as I filter out the larger files in the Log partition I see that the file /vmware/vmware-sps/sps-runtime.log-0.stderr is very large.
What is the reason for the increased log in this file ?
How can I fix this ?
Which version is this, 7.0 vanilla or did you install an update pack?
The version is 7.0 Vanilla
thanks for this article i 'll try it but can I delete the file or do I have to restart the server to refresh the file ?
It is not mentioned in the link.
This is 7.0 Vanilla
just wipe the file from the commandline:
cat /dev/null > sps-runtime.log.stderr
this is the log file for the Policy Driven Storage by the way.
This is a reported issue and may I know if you are using proxy on the VCSA.
Thanks depping it's works !!!
We don't use a proxy on the VCSA
What is the cert mode set on VCSA
The vpxd.certmgmt.mode is vmca
Thanks for the reply. If there are any IOFilters which are showing offline for any of the ESXi hosts in the environment.
https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/76633 - this Kb steps can be attempted and if you are not comfortable, please engage GSS.