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Real Time Monitor Warnings

Hi All,

I am getting the following error with Real Time Monitor.

LogPartitionLowWaterMarkExceeded UsedDiskSpace : 90 MessageString : Disk utilization hits LWM! AppID : Cisco Log Partition Monitoring Tool ClusterID : NodeID : CM-PUBK

Any idea on how to fix it ?

I found this information about the error:

CCM_TCT-LPMTCT-3-LogPartitionLowWaterMarkExceeded : The percentage of used disk space in the log partition has exceeded the configured low water mark. UsedDiskSpace [String] MessageString [Optional]. [String]

Explanation The percentage of used disk space in the log partition has exceeded the configured low water mark. There is no files to be purged under such a situation.

Recommended Action Check if the configured low water mark for used disk space in the log partition is too low. And also please examine each application trace log files and clean up those that are too old and too bbig before the used disk space exceeds the high water mark.

But it does not show how to clear out the logs.

any help would be appreciated!

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New Member

Re: Real Time Monitor Warnings

What version of CCM are you running, in version 4.x, the watermark is set to 20% which can be increased in Enterprise Manager. Settings are a bit different in CCM 5.x/6.x

New Member

Re: Real Time Monitor Warnings

We are running version

6.1.1.2000-3

in the real time monitor the level is set to 90

New Member

Re: Real Time Monitor Warnings

I think I have seen this before and its a known bug in the version of CUCM, there are some .pdf files for CAR that gets populated which donot get deleted automatically and occupies disk space. I would recommend to open up a TAC case.

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Re: Real Time Monitor Warnings

thanks,

we'll open one up

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