keyserver1: /srv/sks nearly full
Monitoring says that the /srv/sks partition on keyserver1 is nearly full.
The reason is probably that there are lots of /srv/sks/KDB/log.0000* files:
keyserver1 (keyserver1.o.o):/srv/sks/KDB # du -h log.000000* --total | tail -n1 78G total
Please handle this ASAP - ideally before the partition is really full (currently only 200 MB free!), and something breaks.
I have no idea if these log files are still needed, therefore I won't touch them ;-)
#2 Updated by TBro almost 2 years ago
- Status changed from New to In Progress
- Assignee changed from tampakrap to TBro
working on it.
Solution for next time.
There are two approaches: 1) (automated) Add this line to DB_CONFIG (which you are using, correct?) set_flags DB_LOG_AUTOREMOVE 2) (manual) Run these commands on idle databases (with KDB/PTree as cwd) dbXY_recover -ev dbXY_checkpoint -1 dbXY_archive -dv (XY == version of Berkeley DB in use, e.g. XY=53 for db-5.3.x)
Needs to be done in the directory: /srv/sks/KDB
#3 Updated by TBro almost 2 years ago
fixed for now by placing DB_CONFIG file from here:
manually to /etc/sks and restarted all services
Opened a Bug as well - as I don't have time now to look into this detailed: https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1103862