Following is the output of "show status" command from the CLI.# show status
Host Name : <Hostname>
Date : Sat Jan 21, 2012 05:28:35
Time Zone : Eastern Standard Time (America/New_York)
Locale : en_US.UTF-8
Product Ver : 184.108.40.206900-4
Platform Ver : 220.127.116.11-1
License MAC : <mac>
05:28:36 up 4 days, 2:18, 1 user, load average: 0.58, 0.54, 0.53
CPU Idle: 98.03% System: 00.99% User: 00.99%
IOWAIT: 00.00% IRQ: 00.00% Soft: 00.00% Intr/sec: 1427.72
Memory Total: 2074832K
Total Free Used
Disk/active 12357724K 932912K 11299268K (93%)
Disk/inactive 12357692K 905184K 11326964K (93%)
Disk/logging 43009872K 4489328K 36335708K (90%)
Here you have three partitions in the Hard Disk, one is active partition, one is
inactive partition, the third one is common partition which is for log/trace
This error message indicates that you are having the log stored in common
To resolve this issue you need to delete the unnecessary log files:For that
Open the RTMT plugin installed on the local Machine
Give the IP address and Credentials of the CUCM
Navigate to Trace and Log Central and click on Remote Browse
Select Crash Dumps radio button and click Next
Check Cisco CTIManager and Cisco CallManager.
Click Next and Finish.
Here you can select the log files and Click on Delete Button and remove them.
Also, disabling the traces which are not required and lowering the debug level for the enabled traces would also help.
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