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waas 594 dre-cache full alarm

One of our appliances is having this major alarm!

Major Alarms:
-------------
        Alarm ID                 Module/Submodule               Instance
   ---------------             --------------------          ---------------
   1 disk_full                 DRE

     Sep 15 01:41:41.880 UTC, Equipment Alarm, #000018, 11000:690481
     Cache disk is full

     /alm/maj/DRE/disk_full:

         Cache disk is full.

     Explanation:
         The actual size of the DRE file system is less than the
         assigned disk space size for DRE. This is a system
         configuration error.

     Action:
         Check disk allocation for DRE and DRE file system size.
         Assigned DRE disk space in the 'show dre' CLI output is
         shown as Total DRE cache diskspace. The DRE file system
         size is shown in the show disk detail CLI output as mount
         point /dre1 with CONTENT type.

             Useful commands:
                show dre
                show statistics dre detail
                sh disks detail
                disk config

 

I cannot see the dre partition in sh disk details

Mounted file systems:
 MOUNT POINT    TYPE       DEVICE                  SIZE     INUSE      FREE USE%
/sw            internal   /dev/md0               1983MB     828MB    1155MB  41%
/swstore       internal   /dev/md1               1983MB     851MB    1132MB  42%
/state         internal   /dev/md2               5951MB     248MB    5703MB   4%
/local/local1  SYSFS      /dev/md4              14878MB     630MB   14248MB   4%
/vbspace       GUEST      /dev/data1/vbsp      173588MB     128MB  173460MB   0%
/state/likewise/sw
               internal   /dev/md0               1983MB     828MB    1155MB  41%
/state/likewise/local/local1
               internal   /dev/md4              14878MB     630MB   14248MB   4%
/local/local1/spool
               PRINTSPOOL /dev/data1/spool        991MB      32MB     959MB   3%
/obj1          CONTENT    /dev/data1/obj       101177MB     972MB  100205MB   0%
/ackq1         internal   /dev/data1/ackq        1189MB       0MB    1189MB   0%
/plz1          internal   /dev/data1/plz         2379MB       1MB    2378MB  

 

Any ideas? please advise and thanks!

 

Regards

 

 

 

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Hi again,Yes you should

Hi again,

Yes you should follow the procedure outlined in step 10,11,12 & 13 as described here :

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/wave/installation/594-694/guide/WAVE-594_HIG/594op2.html#wp1056708

Otherwise the DRE process doesn't know the correct amount of disk space.

Please be aware that the DRE cache & CIFS cache (and other saved information) is deleted.

Best regards

Finn Poulsen

 

 

 

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Hi,Could be that you are

Hi,

Could be that you are hitting this BUG : CSCud17073 and/or CSCum97997.

Have you performed a factory reset or installed additional memory ?

Use "show stat dre" instead to show the DRE storage.

Best Regards

Finn Poulsen

 

 

New Member

yeah mate, i added some extra

yeah mate, i added some extra memory! Should i delete the disk data partitions and bounce it? will it help?

 

regards

Hi again,Yes you should

Hi again,

Yes you should follow the procedure outlined in step 10,11,12 & 13 as described here :

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/wave/installation/594-694/guide/WAVE-594_HIG/594op2.html#wp1056708

Otherwise the DRE process doesn't know the correct amount of disk space.

Please be aware that the DRE cache & CIFS cache (and other saved information) is deleted.

Best regards

Finn Poulsen

 

 

 

New Member

I will give it a go this

I will give it a go this weekend and let you know!

cheers

New Member

thanks mate

thanks mate

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