While trying to access the Exinda device through Web UI, the System Temporarily Unavailable message is shown.
While accessing Exinda CLI, the
Error writing /var folder No space left on device is shown.
This article provides details on how to resolve such Web UI accessibility issues.
Important: if you're prompted for a License key while running
_shell command, you need to Activate the Restricted Commands License, open a Support Ticket and ask them to activate it.
- Execute the following command to determine the biggest files in /var folder:
du -x /var | sort -rn | head -20
- Usually, the biggest files are sysdumps, that are being generated in
/var/tmpdirectory during power outages or certain service crashes. They can be safely removed to free up the storage space.
- Execute the following command to delete all sysdump-related items:
rm -rf /var/tmp/sysdump*
Important: the sysdumps and snapshots visible in WebUI > Configuration > Diagnostics section are located in
/var/opt/tms/snapshots folders respectively. Execute
ls -la <folder_name> command to view the content from the CLI.
If needed, they can be deleted using
df -hcommand to verify more /var space is available now.
- Restart the database service:
service database restart
- Verify the database is running:
show service database
- Restart the Jboss service.
service jboss restart
- Verify Jboss is running:
show service jboss
- Exinda Web UI is now accessible.