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Fat Client : Lack of space [JDE 9.1]

Good morning guys!

So I'm not CNC, but I just got appointed a task that has not been done for a while here : install package on the dev clients (FAT).

There are more then 50 packages to install each.

No big deal, I started them during the night.

I come back : Install crashed, lack fo space on the hard drive.

Those FAT client are VM with only 100 go of space.

I deleted the backup folder, but still it's too big.

Each env has a package file and a space file with 4-5 go of used space each.

Is there a way to clean it up?

Thank you!
 
We have 3 env.

DV : Used by the dev for modifications of code.

PY : Used by superuser tu test (data in DV isn't good)

PD : Some superuser use things like Menu Design
 

schojo44

Active Member
Good morning guys!

So I'm not CNC, but I just got appointed a task that has not been done for a while here : install package on the dev clients (FAT).

There are more then 50 packages to install each.

No big deal, I started them during the night.

I come back : Install crashed, lack fo space on the hard drive.

Those FAT client are VM with only 100 go of space.

I deleted the backup folder, but still it's too big.

Each env has a package file and a space file with 4-5 go of used space each.

Is there a way to clean it up?

Thank you!
did you look at tools like treesize or windir stat to see what's taking up all the space? more than one pathcode on a dev client is fine imho, but 100GB is getting less and less with modern windows operating systems if you know what i mean. disk clean-up (windows integrated tool) usually frees up quite a bit by deleting old windows update files, logs, dumps etc. for example.
 
Thanks for the reply.

I did use treesize at the time of the issue.

the specs/package folders alone hold like 2-3 go each.

I also had a lone of data in appdata/local/data, folder name oracleinstall something.

I contacted Oracle, and they told me I could remove them.

I did and freed like 10 go. Not bad.
 
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