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CSM 3.2

Hello,

We have installed CSM 3.2 on C drive of server and now the C Drive is full,Now i wan to route all the stuff of configs and logs and etc,etc  to D Drive,how can i do that.

Please help Dears.

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM 3.2

Hi Estela,

unfortunately there is no easy way to move the CSCOpx folder as it is to a new drive.

The faster thing is to understand what is taking space on the disk. Few things you might wanna check:

1- config archive is usually taking some space especially if you keep a lot of version of the configuration and you have many devices

2- operation logs. These are located in CSCOpx/MDC/log/operation. You might wanna check if these logs are taking a lot of space and purge them via the GUI

3- general logs. These are located in CSCOpx/log folder.

Is there any of these that is very large?

Stefano

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Explorer

Re: CSM 3.2

Hello Stefano,

I moved the logs from CSCOpx/files/rme/syslog/syslogdatapurge  ,i removed all the old files of 2010 and kept in different harddisk,  Will it effect the CS manager operation.

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM 3.2

Hi Estela,

it depends which files you moved. If they are only logs file there  should be no impact.

Stefano

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM 3.2

Hi Estel,

it depends which files you moved. If they are only logs file there

should be no impact.

Stefano

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Explorer

Re: CSM 3.2

Hello stefano,

here is the sample name  of logs SyslogPurgedDataBackup1266440401534 and please find the attached

thnaks

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM 3.2

Hi Estela,

not sure I know which kind of file is this. Anyway, are you having any problem after you moved the file?


Stefano